Tarmac snaps up ScotAsh recycling plant

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The ScotAsh Ltd ash recycling facility near Falkirk | Credit: Tarmac
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The ScotAsh Ltd ash recycling facility near Falkirk | Credit: Tarmac

Tarmac acquires remaining 50 per cent share from ScottishPower to take control of facility, which manufactures construction products from recycled ash from power stations

Building materials giant Tarmac has taken over full ownership of the ScotAsh recycling plant near Falkirk, having snapped up utility firm ScottishPower's 50 per cent stake in the facility, it announced...

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