Boral uses four recycled materials in Perth street

Boral uses four recycled materials in Perth street

Posted in Latest News//June 11, 2019

Boral, a major Australian construction and building materials supplier, has constructed a suburban street in Perth using four recycled

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Major Victorian recycler opens sustainable asphalt and glass plants

Major Victorian recycler opens sustainable asphalt and glass plants

Posted in Latest News//May 31, 2019

Roads and Infrastructure Magazine attended the opening of the glass and asphalt plants which are an exciting development for Victoria's circular

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Recycled glass used in Fremantle asphalt resurfacing

Recycled glass used in Fremantle asphalt resurfacing

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//December 19, 2018

The City of Fremantle has used recycled glass equivalent to around 2640 glass bottles to resurface the car park at the North Fremantle Post Office.

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City of Yarra uses 100 tonnes of recycled waste in road resurfacing

City of Yarra uses 100 tonnes of recycled waste in road resurfacing

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Project Report, Technology Update//September 27, 2018

Around 100 tonnes of recycled glass and plastic have been used in a road resurfacing project in Melbourne’s City of Yarra.

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Downer builds NSW’s first road made from recycled plastics

Downer builds NSW’s first road made from recycled plastics

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Uncategorised//August 03, 2018

Plastic from around 176,000 plastic bags and packaging and glass from around 55,000 bottles has been diverted from landfill to build NSW's first road made from soft plastics and glass.

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Lake Macquarie City Council push to replace sand with recycled glass

Lake Macquarie City Council push to replace sand with recycled glass

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update//June 15, 2018

Recycled crushed glass will substitute sand in civil works projects as Lake Macquarie City Council pushes for local solutions to the national waste problem.

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