Citywide Asphalt Group: Taking the green path forward

Citywide Asphalt Group: Taking the green path forward

Posted in Asphalt Review, Industry News, Latest News, Special Features//April 21, 2022

Citywide Asphalt Group has been promoting wider use of high-recycled content asphalt across Victoria with its GreenPave product portfolio. The production team shares its views on how the industry is embracing sustainability.

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Entries open for Victoria’s Premier’s Sustainability Awards 2022

Entries open for Victoria’s Premier’s Sustainability Awards 2022

Posted in Environment, Events, Industry News, Latest News//March 31, 2022

The search is on for Victorians who are leading the way to a sustainable future with entries now open for the Premier’s Sustainability Awards.

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Melbourne Council to use 5G-enabled garbage trucks for road maintenance

Melbourne Council to use 5G-enabled garbage trucks for road maintenance

Posted in Environment, Industry News, Latest News//February 08, 2022

An interconnected network of garbage trucks could be the new frontline in repairing local roads, thanks to a research collaboration between Swinburne University of Technology and Brimbank City Council in Melbourne.

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Resilience in the time of COVID: Lessons from Citywide

Resilience in the time of COVID: Lessons from Citywide

Posted in Latest News, Special Features//December 09, 2021

As businesses in the roads and infrastructure sector set themselves up for a post-lockdown recovery, Roads & Infrastructure speaks to the team at Citywide about how they’ve navigated the challenges so far.

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Citywide: paving the roads green

Citywide: paving the roads green

Posted in Asphalt Review, Latest News, Up front//November 11, 2021

Citywide Asphalt Group has recently expanded its GreenPave product range, adding a number of specialty mixes with a high recycled content.

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Natural infrastructure saves costs, builds climate change resilience, research finds

Natural infrastructure saves costs, builds climate change resilience, research finds

Posted in Environment, Industry News, Latest News//November 01, 2021

Tree-planting, wetland restoration, mangrove swamps and other natural ways of protecting the environment from the impacts of the climate crisis could save hundreds of billions of dollars a year and replace high-carbon infrastructure, research has found.

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