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TARMACTar-Covered Macadam
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TARMACTerminal Area Radar Moving Aircraft
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In a press release, Anglo American explained that Tarmac and Lafarge Tarmac will continue to be run separately until receipt of regulatory approvals.
Restoration is carried out progressively in Tarmac's Northumberland quarries as extraction moves across the sites.
will be distributed to schools across the area and copies from the initial print run, funded by Tarmac Cement and Lime, can be requested by emailing kara.
Tarmac has become the first company in the UK to develop a new asphalt technology capable of recycling end-of-life tyres (ELTs) into roads.
"Coming the wrong way through a junction then dumping tarmac in the middle of the road at another junction.
Maureen Delij, 69, who has lived on the road since 1975, said: "I hope they don't just put more Tarmac back in or this will happen again.
"I am so upset right now - our plane has been delayed 45 mins and we were promised our Frankie was in an air conditioned room space, just looked out the window and can see him sitting on the tarmac!!!!!" the dog owner wrote.
On 26 April 2018, the CMA announced that it would refer the acquisition for an in-depth investigation unless Tarmac offered acceptable undertakings to address the CMA's concerns.
A Neath Port Talbot Council spokesman apologised following a break-down in communication the council did not act more quickly but the spoil of tarmac has since been cleared.
"Sustainability remains a cornerstone of managing the long-term future of our business, and plays a fundamental role in shaping our growth strategy," writes Tarmac's senior vice presidents Martin Riley and Oliver Mahon in the report.