Our work

The challenge

As part of Huyton Asphalt’s commitment to innovation and sustainability, the team laid the latest innovative low carbon HALO product on St Helens’ new state-of-the-art Fire Station facility, in partnership with Wates.


access road / training yard




of rubber


Tyres used

Our work

The solution

Pioneering Rubber Pave was laid on site for the first time across any project in the North West along with HALO’s warm mix asphalt. The industry-first rubber course was laid on the carparks across the site in an enhanced environmental commitment across the project. Rubber Pave contains the rubber from recycled tyres resulting in a carbon saving of up to 8%.

HALO is a sustainable alternative to conventional asphalts. It is a low temperature base and binder containing recycled materials revolutionising the surfacing industry by creating a carbon-friendly product that offers exceptional performance and laying times compared to conventional asphalts.


of HALO laid


RAP (24%)


CO2 saving

“Thank you for all your help and effort on St Helens. it is very much appreciated. We have delivered 3 stations now for MFRA with Huyton Asphalt and they all look great. Pleasure working with you”

James Harman, Snr Quantity Surveyor, Wates

Our work

The Impact

  • HALO laid: 1179t
  • RAP: 252.78T = 24%
  • CO2 saving: 4t
  • Cars off the road: 2.4
  • Miles saved / year: 19,200
  • Times around the world: 0.8

We adapted our processes in order to continue works during the Covid-19 pandemic and the project was successfully completed in September 2020.

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cars off the road


Car miles saved per year


which is equal to 0.8 times around the world

Work with us

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