Ringway/Eurovia is committed to reducing, reusing and recycling across the group.
We are dedicated to playing our part in halving the amount of construction, demolition and excavation waste going to landfill so we are adopting and implement good practice standards to reduce, recycle more, and increase the use of recycled and recovered materials.
We continue to seek innovative solutions to problems like the large amount of waste packaging created within our road marking manufacturing plant. After discussion with our bag supplier, an alternative bag was developed that could be melted down together with the road marking materials to totally eliminate waste.
Minimising our requirement for non-renewable resources is a high priority and Ringway/Eurovia have development expertise in a comprehensive range of road recycling options that can be used to reduce the quantities of waste going to landfill and minimise the requirement for primary aggregates.
All our recyclable materials produced will be processed wherever possible in-house including: planings, concrete products, topsoil and soiled surface dressing chippings ready for crushing, screening, washing and grading.
We are using our experience and comprehensive range of recycling options to reduce the quantities of waste going to landfill and minimise the requirement for primary aggregate. We work closely with local authorities to limit the volume of waste from the development and maintenance of their highway network.
Over the last two weeks battling temperatures as low as minus 13 degrees, heavy snow and high winds, Ringway, working on behalf of highways North Yorkshire, successfully helped to keep North Yorkshire’s main arterial roads open. Responsible for over 9000 kilometres of roads covering an area that reaches from Skipton to Whitby, the Ringway crews worked extremely hard to deal with the wintry weather.