Renowned German machinery manufacturer Kleemann has been producing crushers and screens for mineral processing since the 1920s. Now, Wirtgen is bringing the latest technology from the OEM to Australia.
The CIBER iNOVA 1502 asphalt plant was used to process Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement (RAP) for a rehabilitation project on a major Brazilian road. CIBER Product Specialist Marcelo Zubaran explains the plant’s recycling capabilities.
The road construction industry has long played its part to investigate the use of recycled products in projects. Infrastructure Victoria’s recommendations for a $1 billion overhaul of the waste sector in the state are hoped to progress this work further, while creating 5000 jobs and increasing regional recycling
Roads & Infrastructure explores the use of RAP in Australia and speaks to industry experts and contractors about the factors contributing to its limitations and the possibility for its increased use in the future.
Will a new extra-large wheel tracking test bring Australia one step closer to all-recycled? Dr Didier Bodin, Dr James Grenfell, Jaimi Harrison and Shannon Malone of the Australian Road Research Board explain.