Queensland achieves first recycled plastic road

Queensland achieves first recycled plastic road

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Special Features//December 19, 2019

Redland City Council is working with Alex Fraser and Suncoast Asphalt to resurface a one-kilometre stretch of road comprising significant amounts of hard plastics and reclaimed asphalt pavement, all while cutting council costs and carbon emissions.

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One million tonnes under threat: Alex Fraser

One million tonnes under threat: Alex Fraser

Posted in Latest News, Special Features//November 12, 2019

For decades, Alex Fraser has supplied the road construction sector with sustainable materials for major projects and municipal works. Now, one million tonnes of resources made from recyclables are at risk of ending up in landfill, with Alex Fraser’s Clarinda facility at risk of closing.

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Redlands Coast uses recycled waste for new roads

Redlands Coast uses recycled waste for new roads

Posted in Latest News//October 24, 2019

Redland City Council is pioneering a process that turns plastic bottles and other waste into new roads. 

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Alex Fraser wins Sustainable Environment Award

Alex Fraser wins Sustainable Environment Award

Posted in Latest News//September 11, 2019

Alex Fraser has won the Sustainable Environment Award at the Victorian Transport Association’s 30th annual Australian Freight Industry Awards.

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Alex Fraser glass recycling site under threat

Alex Fraser glass recycling site under threat

Posted in Latest News//September 06, 2019

Alex Fraser has called on Kingston City Council to extend the operating permit for its glass and C&D recycling site, as one million tonnes of recyclables risk going to landfill.

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Alex Fraser receives resource recovery infrastructure fund grant

Alex Fraser receives resource recovery infrastructure fund grant

Posted in Latest News//August 26, 2019

Sustainability Victoria has announced Alex Fraser's Clarinda recycling facility is amoun 13 recipients of the Victorian Government's $4.67 million Resource Recovery Infrastructure

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