Buying asphalt in bulk for reactive road repairs such as potholes can be a popular option. However, UK-based company Instarmac Group plc is offering up a smaller alternative.
A low carbon asphalt, consisting of recycled pavement and recycled printer toner, has been trialled on Kelleway Avenue in Nicholls, ACT this month.
The continuous growth of Topcoat Asphalt's state-of-the-art asphalt plant in Wingfield, South Australia, is testament to the company's 25-year history and dedication to excellence.
The new Director of Training and Knowledge at AAPA talks to Roads & Civil Works Magazine about its new National Road Worker Training Centre and its plans.
Huate is using its R&D Centre in China to provide innovative material solutions for complex road projects both at home and abroad, including on the You-Che-Ling Tunnel in Fujian Province.