The Highways department at Pembrokeshire County Council is set to carry out some work to the A4115 between Templeton and Cross Hands.
The road is in good condition but the surface is starting to show signs of oxidation, and treatment is recommended to avoid deterioration.
Normally a surface dressing would be carried out but in this instance, skid resistance and ride quality are good and it is not considered that dressing is needed.
Instead, a novel preservation system is set to be used which penetrates into the surface, arresting oxidation and restoring appearance.
Subject to adherence to Council’s standing orders, the work will be carried out as soon as possible.
As well as the initial cost savings, this process does not involve the consumption of quarried aggregates.
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