Downer delivers Australia’s first fully recycled road

Downer delivers Australia’s first fully recycled road

Posted in Asphalt Review, Industry News, Latest News//March 01, 2019

In an Australian-first, City of Adelaide has partnered with Downer to construct Australia's first road made completely from recycled material.

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Fixing the future

Fixing the future

Posted in Asphalt Review, Latest News, Technology Update//February 22, 2019

Through trials of its crumb rubber binder across Australia, Road Maintenance aims to improve the uptake of the sustainable approach now and well into the future. 

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Recycled roads on the rise

Recycled roads on the rise

Posted in Asphalt Review, Environment, Industry News, Latest News//February 18, 2019

Main Roads Western Australia is increasing its use and implementation of recycled construction and demolition waste in road construction and maintenance through a new pilot project and product testing scheme.

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Safe sampling of hot bitumen from road tankers

Safe sampling of hot bitumen from road tankers

Posted in Asphalt Review, Industry News, Latest News, Traffic Management and Safety//February 18, 2019

Australian Asphalt Pavement Association, in conjunction with its industry partners, is giving the pavements sector an overview of the recommended safety procedures that need to occur when sampling hot bitumen from road tankers.

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Heat reflective road surface to be installed in Darwin CBD

Heat reflective road surface to be installed in Darwin CBD

Posted in Asphalt Review, Industry News, Latest News, Project Report//February 08, 2019

Stage two of the Cavenagh Street Heat Mitigation Project is now underway, which aims to revitalise the Darwin CBD through cooling and greening initiatives.

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Further grants available to fix VIC country roads

Further grants available to fix VIC country roads

Posted in Asphalt Review, Latest News, Traffic Management and Safety//February 07, 2019

Regional and rural councils can now apply for a share in more than $70 million for safer and more reliable roads, according to the Victorian Government.

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