Dura Products sustainable systems embraced across Europe

By Catrin Jones24 August 2022

Sustainable kerb 12 countries across Europe have installed the kerb and drainage system (Photo: Dura Products)

Dura Products has announced that their heavy-duty combined kerb and drainage system, Duradrain, has now been successfully installed in 12 countries across Europe.

The UK-based company have seen their products used on Wills Bam JV’s €241 million N5 upgrade project whilst in Landgraaf, Netherlands, Dura Products solutions were used to install a safe cycle lane running adjacent to a key stretch of road.

The 12 countries that feature the combined kerb and drainage system, include UK and Ireland, Denmark, Sweden, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, Hungary, Bulgaria, Croatia, Slovenia, and Romania.

Dura Products’ says that its expansion across Europe is a result of the company’s ‘strategic investment in its overseas facilities and partnerships to meet demand’ as well as the European market’s increasing appetite for environmentally responsible construction solutions.

Steve Bennett, managing director of Dura Products, said, “We are experiencing a very exciting time of growth for the company, with demand for innovative, green construction increasing each day.

“Helping the global construction industry to lower its environmental footprint has always been our ambition, and it’s great to see it come to fruition. Importantly, too, thanks to the strategic positioning of our stockists, we can do this in a sustainable way - by minimising emissions generated by transportation.”

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