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Sustainable Footpaths – Substantial Savings

Our simple calculator alerts councils to the substantial savings available when TripStop stops tree roots causing repeated slab replacements over multiple locations.

  • For Australian Councils
  • Five (5) Year Investment Plan
  • Stop invasive tree roots causing footpath damage

    Invasive tree roots damage footpaths. Damaged slabs are replaced, damaged again, replaced again, and so on.

  • The cost of repeated replacements over multiple locations is substantial.
  • TripStop Stops Slab Displacement.
  • 1,000kms Installed
  • 18 years in the industry
  • Over 200 Councils
  • No Failures
  • Your Council may already be using TripStop.
  • How much is your council spending on damaged footpaths?

    And how much would your council save if the damage was stopped?

Your Council Data (Inputs)

* Locations replaced per annum where damage has been caused by invasive tree roots.

Typical Costs (Assumptions - per location)
Maintenance$100Grind or Ramp
Replacement$150Cost Per m2 (see below* )
Replacement$0.00Total Cost
Total Cost$0.00Per Location
TripStop Cost$0.00Per Metre
TripStop Cost$0.00Total Cost

* Includes council admin, travel to & from site, removal of damaged footpath, prepare base, pour & form new concrete, disposal of damaged footpath, return to site to saw cut control joints.

Cost/benefit (Results)
Average Location
Additional
Cost
Savings*Investment
Return Per $1*
Average Location
5 Years$0.00$0.00$0.00
10 Years$0.00$0.00
25 Years$0.00$0.00
All Locations
Additional
Cost
Savings*Investment
Return Per $1*
5 Years$0.00$0.00$0.00
10 Years$0.00$0.00
25 Years$0.00$0.00

* Calculations assume that each replacement without TripStop will fail again, on average, six (6) years later.

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