Glass and plastics could be used to help build footpaths

Glass and plastics could be used to help build footpaths

Posted in Latest News, Uncategorised//February 23, 2018

End-of-life plastics and glass fines could soon be used in the construction of footpaths instead of going to landfill, according to a new study from the Swinburne University of

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New recycling technology processes tyres into resources

New recycling technology processes tyres into resources

Posted in Environment, Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update//February 22, 2018

Tyre processing company Pearl Global has begun commissioning its first production plant to recycle tyres into valuable secondary products.

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SA plan for future of waste management infrastructure

SA plan for future of waste management infrastructure

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//February 14, 2018

The SA Government has revealed a 30-year plan for the future of the waste and resource recovery industry.

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Old tyres used to make footpaths that help water trees

Old tyres used to make footpaths that help water trees

Posted in Asphalt Review, Civil Works, Environment, Latest News, Technology Update//February 09, 2018

New research has found a way of recycling old tyres to create urban paving that can provide water to nearby trees.

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Turning old tyres into new roads

Turning old tyres into new roads

Posted in Asphalt Review, Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update//January 04, 2018

With millions of tyres dumped in Australia, a new innovation could turn used tyres into permeable surfaces – helping the environment and our future infrastructure.

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Increasing the scope for crumb rubber in Australia

Increasing the scope for crumb rubber in Australia

Posted in Asphalt Review, Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update//January 04, 2018

Tyre recycler Tyrecycle explains the benefits of using domestic crumb rubber product in road infrastructure, creating a circular economy and the growth opportunities available for the Australian market.

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