edged out Alaphilippe's team-mate Elia Viviani to deliver a fourth stage win of the Tour for Jumbo-Visma, who will celebrate all the more given their general classification hope Steven Kruijswijk also got himself in the front group to sit fourth overall, 87 seconds off yellow.
Julian Alaphilippe had no difficulty in holding on to his overall lead, though Van Aert
's six-second time bonus for finishing second on the stage means his advantage is down to 14 seconds.
Oldcastle's deep pockets put AERT
on a firm financial footing, something it has rarely had since it was founded in 1989.
blends recycled wood fiber (much of it from the local furniture industry) with recycled LDPE, LLDPE, and HDPE from film and gable-top milk and juice cartons.
's history goes back even farther than that of Trex.
Second place on the day for Van Aert
sees Alaphilippe's cushion in yellow cut to 14 seconds, although today's first mountain stage to La Planche des Belles Filles is likely to see a complete rewrite of the general classification.
is seeking a $2.4 million settlement as well as attorney and court fees and punitive damages from Lloyds, according to the report.
converts reclaimed plastic and wood scrap into Weyerhaeuser ChoiceDek outdoor decking systems, MoistureShield door and window components, MoistureShield CornerLoc exterior trim and fascia components and MoistureShield outdoor decking.
), Springdale, Ark., a leader in composite building materials technology, has announced the opening of a new warehouse and reload facility adjacent to its Lowell, Ark., plastics recycling plant.
"The company has experienced significantly higher petrochemical-related raw material costs this year as compared to prior periods," AERT
Chairman Joe Brooks says.
A worker was killed at the AERT
Springdale facility on July 17.
) has announced the start-up of operations at a plastic recycling facility in Alexandria, La.