Weathering the storm with new recycled permeable aggregates from MCM

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The perfect permeable 2/6mm recycled aggregate: With site drainage considerations crucial at this time of year, it is worth considering a permeable recycled aggregate alternative to keep your landscape and groundworks free-draining.

SURBITON, U.K. - eTradeWire -- With site drainage considerations particularly crucial at this time of year, it is worth considering a permeable recycled aggregate alternative to keep your landscape and groundworks free-draining this season.

An effective site drainage component and cheaper than a primary equivalent, this 2/6mm permeable aggregate (https://www.mcm-se.com/product/2-6-mm-permeable/) bedding layer helps grounds teams, builders and landscapers meet sustainability targets on site, reducing the drain on natural resources by opting for a secondary aggregate.   A bonus for the environment bottom lines.

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Available direct from MCM as an underlayer for block paving and driveways, this recycled aggregate is ideal for landscaping projects as well as groundworks.

Sourcing materials with SuDS in mind

MCM 2/6mm Permeable Aggregate allows surface water to run off and escape through the sub-base and into the ground beneath.  Its grading gives a balance between the sub-base layer's stability and the free movement of water off, down and through.

This makes this recycled permeable aggregate the perfect base layer for sports pitches, paving, car parks and driveways.

Find out more about aggregates, soils and site materials

Visit www.mcm-se.com to find out about all of the products, applications and support available, as well as details of how MCM have helped on construction and landscape projects across the UK.

Contact the MCM team directly via the Live Chat on the website or call MCM on 0330 128 1030, or email info@mcm-se.com

Contact
Lynn Hunter
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Source: MCM SE UK Limited
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