TMR certifies Alex Fraser’s recycled construction materials for infrastructure projects

TMR certifies Alex Fraser’s recycled construction materials for infrastructure projects

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//August 23, 2021

Sustainable civil construction material producer Alex Fraser has been granted a Quarry Registration Certificate from the Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR).

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Sustainability, one road at a time, with Alex Fraser

Sustainability, one road at a time, with Alex Fraser

Posted in Environment, Latest News, On the Road//August 09, 2021

Alex Fraser has been supplying the Queensland construction market with sustainable alternatives since 1995.

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Two-hundred million bottles with Alex Fraser

Two-hundred million bottles with Alex Fraser

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//June 17, 2020

A new glass additive bin at Alex Fraser’s Clarinda recycling facility is boosting its reprocessing capability by 40,000 tonnes a year and has the capacity to double that production annually.

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Alex Fraser responds agilely to COVID

Alex Fraser responds agilely to COVID

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//May 18, 2020

Alex Fraser has thanked its customers for their support of its COVID-19 hygiene and social distancing measures, as the company experiences a spike in demand amid Victoria’s continued infrastructure boom.

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Council paves the way to greener roads

Council paves the way to greener roads

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Special Features//April 09, 2020

As more Australian councils look to recycled road products, Moreton Bay Regional Council is demonstrating leadership with substantial volumes of recycled product used in its resurfacing program.

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Queensland achieves first recycled plastic road

Queensland achieves first recycled plastic road

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Special Features//December 19, 2019

Redland City Council is working with Alex Fraser and Suncoast Asphalt to resurface a one-kilometre stretch of road comprising significant amounts of hard plastics and reclaimed asphalt pavement, all while cutting council costs and carbon emissions.

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