THE PRODUCT MacRebur

  • THE PRODUCT | MacRebur

    The MacRebur® product family are produced in pellet and flake form so is very simple to administer and mix into asphalt. It is mixed into the plant at the same time as the aggregate and bitumen so there are no modifications to asphalt plants required. It comes in easy to use single dose

    MacRebur’s® waste plastic pellets are fully melted into the bitumen within

  • MacRebur - Seedrs

    After 18 months of testing and trials, we had our product ‘MR6’: It is within British and European standards and is a patent pending, high performance, asphalt binder additive that enhances the roads we drive on today. Substantial accomplishments to date * MacRebur have a UK and European patent pending (GB1608715.7).

  • Open road ahead for Branson-backed Scottish firm -

    Scottish firm, MacRebur Ltd, Open road ahead for Branson-backed Scottish firm. “Our product, MR6,

  • Recycled plastic road surface trialled by Enfield Council

    Recycled plastic road surface trialled by Enfield Council . Produced by Lockerbie-based company MacRebur, MacRebur claims the product not only provides an

  • MacRebur - Home | Facebook

    Macrebur products enhance our road networks and help reduce potholes, resulting in less maintenance on our roads. 5. MacRebur make sure that their products cost less

  • MacRebur plastic asphalt mix makes first inroads to

    The Scottish recycled plastic road surface compnay MacRebur, based in Lockerbie, has paved the way for its products in London with recently completed roadworks on the

  • Cumbria trials plastic road - The Transport Network

    Known as MR6, the new product can be used in standard asphalt mix and is made from locally-sourced waste plastic converted into pellets. Cumbria CC is the first local authority to trial this product and having already been used on private roads this is the first time it has been used on a public highway.

  • Fife trial could see plastics used to fix potholes - The

    The local authority has approached Carlisle-based company MacRebur, which has developed a bitumen-substitute called MR6, to explore the benefits of using the product.

  • Green start-up MacRebur turns to the crowd for funding push

    Virgin Voom winner MacRebur launches new Seedrs campaign to take its Green start-up MacRebur turns to the crowd for funding push “Our product,

  • Cumbria trials plastic road - The Transport Network

    Produced by MacRebur, the product was trialled at a junction on to the A6 near Calthwaite where the current standard asphalt has failed due to the number of heavy

  • Green start-up MacRebur turns to the crowd for funding push

    Virgin Voom winner MacRebur launches new Seedrs campaign to take its Green start-up MacRebur turns to the crowd for funding push “Our product,

  • Fife trial could see plastics used to fix potholes - The

    The local authority has approached Carlisle-based company MacRebur, which has developed a bitumen-substitute called MR6, to explore the benefits of using the product.

  • Plastic road firm MacRebur refuels on Seedrs | This is

    Scottish start-up MacRebur beat 10,000 other companies to win last year's Virgin Voom competition and secured £1million and The company’s patented product,

  • Fife considers using recycled plastic bags, bottles to

    The local authority has approached Carlisle-based company MacRebur, which has developed a bitumen-substitute called MR6, to explore the benefits of using the product.

  • Cumbria first UK county to trial new ‘plastic road

    Cumbria is the first UK county to trial a new product used to create ‘plastic roads’ that are stonger and more durable. The bitumen substitute, known as MR6, can be used in in

  • MacRebur plastic asphalt mix makes first inroads to

    The Scottish recycled plastic road surface compnay MacRebur, based in Lockerbie, has paved the way for its products in London with recently completed roadworks on the

  • A Scottish company turns recycled plastic waste into

    A Scottish company turns recycled plastic waste into way with additions into a bitumen product.” In 2016, MacRebur beat 10,000 other companies in

  • Cumbria first to trial new �plastic road� from

    Cumbria first to trial new ‘plastic road’ from Branson-backed local MacRebur firm. Cumbria County Council has trialled a ‘revolutionary’ new product designed

  • MacRebur could have the pothole solution. | Blog | First

    Click on one of the products below: Car; Van; Home; Travel; Taxi; First Insurance blog. Back to blog MacRebur could have the pothole solution MacRebur’s