A recycled crumb rubber demonstration project across local roads in Tasmania is hoped to pave the way to a more sustainable future in the state.
Tyre Stewardship Australia and RMIT University are partnering on a ground-breaking research project evaluating the performance of crumb rubber in asphalt made from old car tyres.
A multi-million dollar Asphalt Manufacturing Plant has been built by a major asphalt producer in South Australia to boost the recycling rate of used tyres on Australian roads.
Main Roads WA is working with the Australian Road Research Board and Tyre Stewardship Australia to validate the use of recycled asphalt pavement that contains crumb rubber. Roads & Infrastructure reports.
Tyre Stewardship Australia (TSA) has opened expressions of interest for funding to help local councils and other eligible organisations utilise crumb rubber (CR) in low traffic asphalt roads.
SAMI Bitumen has developed a low viscosity crumb rubber binder that can be sprayed during the cool periods of the year featuring a significant reduction in the use of kerosene. We speak to Primal Surfacing, a company using the product due to its safety and environmental