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More and more “green” roads in Italy: about 600 km of roads have been resurfaced with asphalts made with recycled rubber from End-of-Life tyres

More and more “green” roads in Italy: about 600 km of roads have been resurfaced with asphalts made with recycled rubber from End-of-Life tyres

The use of modified asphalts is growing. This year it has recorded a +63% compared to 2019. Modified asphalts resist potholes, they last 3 times longer than traditional asphalts, and they reduce noise and maintenance costs. All this using recycled materials.

When an innovation brings concrete benefits, its spreading knows no limits. And the figures confirm it. According to the data supplied by Ecopneus, as of today, about 600 km/lanes of roads have been created with the use of asphalts modified with rubber recycled from ELTs in Italy – a distance that could cover the distance from Rome to Milan.

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Accessible sustainability at Consumer’s measure: Ecopneus is among the 44 companies listed in the 2020 Future Respect Index for best illustrating its sustainable governance simplifying consumers’ choices

Accessible sustainability at Consumer’s measure: Ecopneus is among the 44 companies listed in the 2020 Future Respect Index for best illustrating its sustainable governance simplifying consumers’ choices

Not only sustainable, but also good at telling the actions they started, thus simplifying consumers’ choices. The Sustainability Report of Ecopneus has been listed in the 2020 Future Respect Index, promoted by ConsumerLab, for illustrating their own sustainable...

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The mayors of the towns in the provinces of Naples and Caserta are meeting the Person in Charge of the Terra dei Fuochi (Land of Fires), Filippo Romano, to make an assessment of the activities of the Protocol. Up to now, the Protocol has removed 22,000 tonnes of abandoned End-of-Life tyres from this territory.

The mayors of the towns in the provinces of Naples and Caserta are meeting the Person in Charge of the Terra dei Fuochi (Land of Fires), Filippo Romano, to make an assessment of the activities of the Protocol. Up to now, the Protocol has removed 22,000 tonnes of abandoned End-of-Life tyres from this territory.

The Commander of the Southern Operational Forces, General Giuseppenicola Tota, and the General Manager of Ecopneus, Giovanni Corbetta, have taken part to the meeting. A concrete contribution to the environmental emergencies of the territory and to the fight against...

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