Slip resistant EcoPath made from recycled rubber used at golf course

  • 12 Sep 2014

The loose gravel previously laid on the surface next to the first tee was migrating to grassy areas, making it muddy and sliperry in wet weather and a danger to the golfers using the course.

Ecopath MT was specified due to its ability to provide a slip resistant, easily maintainable waiting area for sportsmen and spectators, whilst the steps were also surfaced to enhance safety.

RonaDeck EcoPath MT is porous, applied to type 3 aggregate and the permeable construction is SuDS compliant, preventing surface ponding which is a crucial factor in a project such as this one.

Approved contractor Flinstone Solutions mixed the vulcanised rubber granules and kiln dried aggregate with a drill and helical mixing paddle, applying it to the prepared surface base which was foot traffic ready in 24 hours.

Ronacrete,
Ronac House,
Flex Meadow, Merring Way,
Harlow,
Essex,
United Kingdom,
CM19 5TD

Phone: 01279 638700

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