Vuba, a manufacturer of permeable surfaces, has recently established a new lab on Beverley’s Grovehill Industrial Estate to invest in product development.
The company’s products are utilized for applications such as drives and patios, with their permeability effectively addressing flooding issues caused by water accumulation. MP for Beverley and Holderness, Graham Stuart, recently visited the lab and discussed the crucial need for permeable surfaces as flood defence mechanisms.
He praised Vuba’s Resin Bound for its compliance with new requirements for new build properties, emphasizing its scientific proven permeability. Vuba, founded in East Yorkshire in 2009, has demonstrated significant sales growth and expansion internationally. CEO of Vuba, Sean Scott, expressed pride in the company’s local workforce and commitment to business growth. He also emphasized the importance of innovative solutions in flood prevention and the value of permeable surfaces in improving flood resilience.
Mr. Stuart commended Vuba for their work and highlighted Beverley as a favorable location for business. In line with Vuba’s focus on sustainable solutions, the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs has mandated sustainable drainage systems for all new built homes.