Project Organization Construction Natural Gas Domestic and Foreign Trade Industry Joint Stock Company (PORTAŞ) affiliated to Ankara Metropolitan Municipality; Polatlı started asphalt production at the Beypazarı-Nallıhan Asphalt site after the Old Kıbrısköy and New Kıbrısköy Construction Sites. The Metropolitan Municipality, which produces its own asphalt under the asphalt plant chief in the new facility, which has the capacity to produce 240 tons of asphalt per hour, produces a significant part of its asphalt need, while also providing significant savings.
The number of saving practices of Ankara Metropolitan Mayor Mansur Yavaş, which sets an example for the whole of Turkey, is increasing day by day.
While PORTAŞ, which is affiliated to the Metropolitan Municipality, continues its asphalt production without slowing down, it has started asphalt production at the Beypazarı-Nallıhan Construction Site after the Polatlı, Eski Kıbrısköy and New Kıbrısköy Construction Sites.
DAILY PRODUCTION OF 3 THOUSAND TONS OF ASPHALT
Established on an area of 16 square meters and producing 257 tons of asphalt per hour, the facility serves with a daily capacity of producing 240 tons of asphalt. Ankara Metropolitan Municipality will both save time and contribute to the public budget by reducing costs, thanks to the Beypazarı-Nallıhan Asphalt Plant Chief, which is the fourth asphalt plant it has opened.
Nallıhan, Beypazarı and Güdül counties will be served with the facility where asphalt is produced by mixing the aggregate obtained from the quarry and bitumen.
Portaş Yol Asphalt and Concrete Branch Manager Bilal Can, who came to Beypazarı-Nallıhan Construction Site and examined the production works on site, gave the following information on the subject:
“We have completed the installation of Beypazarı-Nallıhan Asphalt Worksite after the Old Kıbrısköy, Yeni Kıbrısköy and Polatlı Asphalt Construction Sites. The hourly production capacity of the new asphalt construction site is 240 tons. Nallıhan, Beypazarı and Güdül districts will be served with the hot asphalt we produce by mixing the aggregate obtained from the quarry and the bitumen.”