Crumbed rubber asphalt trial

Crumbed rubber asphalt trial

Posted in Latest News//April 04, 2019

With recent acceleration in the uptake of recycled material in roads by local councils, the City of Mitcham is paving the way for crumbed rubber in South Australia, with help from Tyre Stewardship Australia.

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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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City of Mitcham begins testing new crumbed rubber asphalt mix

City of Mitcham begins testing new crumbed rubber asphalt mix

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Project Report//December 13, 2018

Around 850 used tyres have been recycled to pave a 335 metre stretch of road as part of a crumbed rubber asphalt trial in the City of Mitcham, South Australia.

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Growing a market for tyre-derived products

Growing a market for tyre-derived products

Posted in Asphalt Review, Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update//October 23, 2018

With reauthorisation from the ACCC, Tyre Stewardship Australia is increasing the scope of its product stewardship scheme to fund demonstration projects that use tyre-derived products.

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Tyres to roads gaining momentum

Tyres to roads gaining momentum

Posted in Asphalt Review, Industry News, Latest News//October 04, 2018

Tyre Stewardship Australia has teamed up with the Australian Asphalt Pavement Association to bring road builders a sustainable and effective alternative to standard asphalt products.

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Old tyres: From running on the roads to being part of them

Old tyres: From running on the roads to being part of them

Posted in Asphalt Review, Environment, Latest News, Technology Update//June 08, 2018

Tyre Stewardship Australia has been helping create a circular economy by finding new ways to use waste tyres, from crumb rubber asphalt to permeable pavements.

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