Reclaiming Australian asphalt pavement

Reclaiming Australian asphalt pavement

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Special Features//March 25, 2020

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. 

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Recycling the Great Ocean Road

Recycling the Great Ocean Road

Posted in Latest News//October 28, 2019

A section of Victoria's iconic Great Ocean Road is being resurfaced using thousands of kilograms of recycled plastic car components as part of a trial. 

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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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New benchmarking tool raising the bar for sustainability

New benchmarking tool raising the bar for sustainability

Posted in Asphalt Review, Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update//July 19, 2018

With the introduction of an internationally-aligned benchmarking tool, Australian road owners and authorities can now be confident that the asphalt products they use are as sustainable as they claim to be.

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Good fences make good neighbours

Good fences make good neighbours

Posted in Asphalt Review, Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update//February 28, 2018

With residential developments being approved for historically industrial areas, asphalt plant operators are facing new challenges in mitigating complaints and conflicts over emissions.

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A valuable resource

A valuable resource

Posted in Asphalt Review, Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update//November 23, 2017

Identifying the significance of reclaimed asphalt pavement (RAP) in future road construction, Benninghoven and Kleemann are tailoring their products to optimise RAP processing and production.

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