Lane Separators Installed In Moerkapelle

December 10, 2021

In the Dutch town of Moerkapelle, our solid rubber Lane Separators are being used to help calm traffic and discourage speeding by creating a chicane on this long straight road.

Each solid rubber Lane Separator saves 48.3kg of carbon emissions, using recycled tyre shred to create robust and sustainable solutions which help authorities and contractors to reduce their carbon footprint.

Designed to accommodate a range of bollards, our Lane Separators feature retroreflective glass eyes for enhanced visibility, and with no excavation required each unit can be installed in less than 30 minutes, minimising disruption while saving time and money.

Thanks to Karel-Hein van Haagen and Van Haagen DBS

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