The importance of tackling climate change has never been clearer. Supporting the UK's ambition of net-zero emissions by 2050 is critical.


Implement today - improve tomorrow


The drive for climate change is gathering pace. CO2 and zero emissions targets are fast becoming actions and not just words.

Tarmac. Building our future


For several years Tarmac have been working hard to develop and prove the effectiveness of asphalts designed to cut carbon. We are leading the construction sector in the provision of dedicated Warm Mix Asphalt manufacture.


Find out more
warmmixasphalt@tarmac.com 07483 340655

The difference -

Typically, 10% reductions in CO2


How to make a change


CO2 savings of 10% on average with no compromise on performance or additional cost.



Cross party approval


Warm Mix has been endorsed by a cross-party group of MP's in the ''working for better roads'' report.


Read the report



21 out of the 33 London Boroughs have declared climate emergencies

(as of January 2020)





The UK could cut 60,000 tonnes of CO2 every year if it switched to warm mix asphalt across its road network. The equivalent of cutting the emissions generated by 300 million miles of car journeys.

*APPG report





The report highlights other key emission cutting findings


Reduced disruption to traffic as it cools faster to allow roadworks to be completed quicker.


4 x more carbon emissions are produced in traffic jams than free flowing traffic.


Read the report

Action now


To help us and the wider industry open more WARM MIX ASPHALT plants act today.


Get in touch
warmmixasphalt@tarmac.com 07483 340655

We can offer site visits and wider discussions on the range of more sustainable and recycled asphalts available. Including the new rubber modified asphalt which uses old tyres to create new roads.

1km of road could recycle 750 waste tyres.

Action now


To help us and the wider industry open more WARM MIX ASPHALT plants act today.


Get in touch
warmmixasphalt@tarmac.com 01902 385910

We can offer site visits and wider discussions on the range of more sustainable and recycled asphalts available. Including the new rubber modified asphalt which uses old tyres to create new roads.

1km of road could recycle 750 waste tyres.