GT Trax the Hertfordshire based supplier of crane outrigger pads, temporary roadways and access solutions to the UK construction industry has joined the Construction Recycling Alliance (CRA). The CRA is an umbrella organisation that represents companies within the construction industry who are dedicated to reducing, reusing and recycling unwanted material.
The CRA said that GT Trax Ltd’s excellence in the field of using recycled material to manufacture their hire-fleet of walkways, roadways ground protection mats and outrigger pads was cited by the CRA as key in awarding the company ‘Approved Supplier’ membership.
CRA Director David Barnes commented: “GT Trax Ltd has proved beyond doubt its commitment to reducing, reusing and recycling unwanted materials. The company’s ability to consistently divert waste material from landfill and transform it into useable products is second to none. We look forward to working closely with a company who is clearly determined to reduce waste, safeguard the environment and provide durable products to the construction industry”.
Graham Crisp, the GT Trax financial director added, “We take our responsibility to wider environment very seriously – we strive to only select equipment that is made from recycled and recyclable material and work hard to ensure that our operations are kept in keeping with modern practises. We hope that our endeavours go towards helping our clients to reduce their own carbon footprint whilst they work on their individual contracts.”
GT Trax hires temporary roadways manufactured in the EU from recycled heavy-duty HMPE plastic and site walkways made from recycled PVC. In addition, the company cleans and prepares the equipment using an individually designed automatic cleaning machine that operates from recycled rainwater. Residual mud and debris is disposed of properly and in an environmentally safe procedure using only accredited waste disposal contractors.
GT Trax has been supplying a range of HMPE plastic temporary roadways and PVC walkways to the UK construction and industries since 2005. Users of GT Trax equipment encompass major civil engineering firms to utility contractors and general construction organisations. They also have for hire, cable and hose protection ramps and the unique Trenchlink system that allows for free moving traffic during road works in urban areas.
GT Trax offers a nationwide hire service from their bases in Hertfordshire and Norfolk.