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Building materials manufacturer Alumasc is losing more money than it thought in its Levolux division.

Independent testing carried out at the Vinci Construction Technology Centre in Bedfordshire has confirmed that Intercrete 4841 (formerly Flexcrete’s Cementitious Coating 851) provides an effective barrier against chlorides lasting at least 30 years.

CRH subsidiary Tarmac has laid claim to be the first UK materials supplier to develop an asphalt from recycled waste tyres.

Lafarge Cement, part of Aggregate Industries, has launched Lafarge Endure SR, which it is marketing as a high performance, low carbon cement.

Scottish industrial materials group Low & Bonar is selling its Construction Fibres business to Belgian investors as part of a wider withdrawal from civil engineering products.

Formula One motor racing technology is being introduced to the building sector by the grocery chain Waitrose.

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