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Directa Plus PLC says Gipave product is being tested on a road in Dartford


Directa Plus is working with its industrial partner Iterchimica and Kent County Council to resurface an existing road on East Hill, Dartford.

() has supplied Gipave, the company’s proprietary asphalt super-modifier, for use in a road trial in Dartford, Kent that started this month

The AIM-listed company, which provides graphene nanoplatelets-based products for use in consumer and industrial markets, said it is working with its industrial partner Iterchimica and Kent County Council to resurface an existing road on East Hill, Dartford.

The trial follows similar tests in Rome and Oxfordshire; those trials showed that Gipave increases the lifespan and durability of road surfaces, through the addition of a G+ graphene super modifier.

“Directa’s vision is to use graphene technology to enhance existing products, to provide better outcomes for end-users. Gipave is an excellent example of the products Directa produces, it allows for stronger, more durable road surfaces, and is fully recyclable. The wide adoption of Gipave road surfaces will reduce the long term financial and environmental costs of road construction for drivers and local governments alike,” said Giulio Cesareo, the founder and chief executive officer of Directa Plus.



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