One of the biggest contributors to carbon footprint is the furnace fuel oil used to dry and heat aggregates and Much is continually investing in advanced burner technology to reduce its fuel consumption. The flagship asphalt plant in Benoni has been converted to run on natural gas.

Much products can be found on:

  • Urban streets
  • Freeways
  • Runways
  • Race tracks
  • Driveways
  • Sidewalks
  • Bus lanes
  • Harbour applications

Much Asphalt supplies a wide variety of asphalt products for all types of roads from short access roads to municipal streets, provincial proclaimed roads and national freeways and highways.

Much Asphalt supplies complex asphalt mixtures to airports for all runway and other airside applications.

Much Asphalt has the technology to provide high-stress resistant asphalt concrete for industrial flooring such as factory flooring, road transport storage depots, military bases for tanks and cable yards for electrical equipment.

Much Asphalt provides asphalt product solutions for commercial parking areas, tennis courts, private developments and factory yards as well as pedestrian walkways and domestic driveways.

Much Asphalt provides specialist technology for heavy-duty fatigue resistant surfacing for container terminal storage depots.


Hand asphalt workshops

Much Asphalt has been presenting free workshops for employees of local and provincial authorities, private sector clients, consultants, SMMEs and new entrants into the asphalt sector for 10 years. This training continues to attract large numbers of delegates around South Africa.

The Best Practice Workshop on Hand Laid Hot Mix Asphalt provides practical instruction on techniques for the placement of hot mix asphalt on small projects. Delegates also receive a manual on the selection, use and application of Much Asphalt’s products.

Local authorities are welcome to contact Much Asphalt to schedule these training courses in their areas.



Hand-laid Hot-mix Asphalt

Best Practice Guide for:

  • Driveways
  • Parking areas
  • Tennis courts
  • Sidewalks
  • Patching and repairs
  • Published

Payment Equity Plan was approved by the Department of Labour in 2009 and management and employees are fully committed to achieving its objectives.