The world’s first UV-powered pathway was developed by a UK based company called Pro-Teq Surfacing Ltd. They named it the ‘Starpath’ and was combined with either soft or hard media was sprayed on the trail. It was tested (2.5 years ago) on Christ’s Pieces, a well-known park in the east side of the center of Cambridge by Cambridge City Council.
Hamish Scott’s (Owner of Pro-Teq Surfacing (UK) Ltd) description was,:
There is nothing like STARPATH in the world, this product adjusts to the natural light, so if it is pitch black outside the luminous natural earth enhances, and if the sky is lighter, it won’t release as much luminosity – it adjusts accordingly, its almost like it has a mind of its own. It is exceptional. At Pro-Teq Surfacing (UK) Ltd, we use natural earth products and it cannot be replicated by any other source; you need to physically see it to believe it, this is pure nature doing its work.
Let us know what you think, fellow Lazy Penguins. “H/T”: waveavenue, inhabitat
Hopefully every capital in the world could design a “starpath”
It is amazingly beautiful 🙂
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