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OUR COMMITMENT TO THE ENVIRONMENT

Road construction is essential for expanding human development. However, traditional road construction techniques involve the use of petroleum-based asphalt, resulting in release of significant amounts of harmful gases into the atmosphere. According to the results of recent research, the majority of greenhouse gas emissions from asphalt road construction takes place during the mixture mixing phase and production of raw materials phases. Moreover, asphalt road construction contributes to water pollution and contributes to depletion of important environmental resources.

At Yzer Roads, we have developed a unique proprietary nanoparticle formula which permits sustainable road construction using in situ materials. In contrast to traditional road construction methodology, our innovative approach uses inert, Earth-friendly elements, thereby significantly reducing environmental impact while simplifying logistics by not requiring expensive and polluting transportation of materials and portable asphalt plants.

Paving the way to Yzer future

Using our innovative approach, we can reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the production phase by up to 80% compared to typical asphalt construction. Collaborating on road construction with Yzer Roads means preventing the release of up to 261,324 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions for each 100 km segment of newly built road, which is roughly equivalent to the yearly output from 57,000 vehicles.

Our certification

Our innovative Yzer Road 2.0 technology has been endorsed by UNESCO for our previous work on restoration and protection of the environment previously damaged by poor road construction and negligence of maintenance protocols on a protected World Heritage site. Moreover, our proprietary nanoparticle formula has been tested and declared environmentally clean by a leading environmental testing facility in Europe. Our products have been tested and certified as some of the greenest technologies available to construct roads