Eco Resin Bound Surfacing has been used in Shoreditch Park to provide a strong base for the docking station for Barclays Cycle Hire bicycles or as they are generally known Boris’s bikes.
Eco Resin Bound Surfacing provides an attractive slip-resistant alternative to traditional paving and the permeability of the SuDs compliant system prevents pooling of surface water, keeping paths puddle free. The resistance of the resin to ultra-violet light ensures that the resin will not yellow or darken and will remain elastic, lengthening the service life of the system which is strong enough to stand light vehicle traffic, heavy footfall and most certainly bicycles.
Eco Resin Bound systems are being applied across London boroughs as councils find out about the benefits of the SuDS compliant resin bound and tree pit systems. The London Borough of Hackney has made extensive use of RonaDeck Eco Tree Pit Systems to protect trees within the borough and tree pit has also been used in neighbouring Islington. One of the largest resin bound surfacing projects took place at Shepherd’s Bush Green in the Borough of Hammersmith where over 7,500 metres have been laid. The Queen’s Walk along the South Bank in the Borough of Southwark was resin bound in time for the Jubilee Pageant part of the Diamond Jubilee celebrations.