By Euro Weekly News Media • 01 November 2015 • 13:00
COASTAL PATH: Wear and tear is becoming apparent
ONE year on from the launch of the Mijas stretch of the Senda Litoral coastal path, the wear and tear it bears is becoming apparent and the council is considering contracting outside maintenance services.
Beaches councillor Angel Nozal explained that experts are needed to keep the wooden boardwalk in good condition, and has invited local carpenters to contact his department to advise municipal technicians on the conditions that should be included in the maintenance contract it is thinking of putting out to tender.
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Could not plastic,rubber etc be re-cycled ,add a colour,impress a design into plank lengths and you have a surface that is slip proof rot proof and will last for years
Make them out of recycled plastic and car tyres
Would plastic and rubber not become soft and sticky in the extreme heat of summer.
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