Fulton Hogan to build new glass processing hub in Lara

Fulton Hogan to build new glass processing hub in Lara

Posted in Asphalt Review, Environment, Latest News//February 01, 2022

Fulton Hogan will create a new regional glass processing hub in Lara, Victoria, after winning a $740,000 joint state and federal recycling grant earlier this month.

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Austroads promotes use of recycled glass in transport infrastructure

Austroads promotes use of recycled glass in transport infrastructure

Posted in Environment, Industry News, Latest News//January 27, 2022

Austroads has published documentation to encourage the use of recycled crushed glass in transport infrastructure.

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Can recycled glass help create safer, more skid-resistant roads?

Can recycled glass help create safer, more skid-resistant roads?

Posted in Asphalt Review, Environment, Industry News, Latest News//October 28, 2021

Sustainability Victoria has awarded the Australian Road Research Board (ARRB) and OmniGrip Direct $81,000 in funding for a project to see recycled crushed glass can be used to provide safer, more skid resistant roads.

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Ecologiq develops map of Victorian suppliers of recycled and reused materials

Ecologiq develops map of Victorian suppliers of recycled and reused materials

Posted in Environment, Industry News, Latest News//October 06, 2021

Project teams and contractors will benefit from a new interactive map that pinpoints the location of Victorian suppliers of recycled and reused materials for use in transport infrastructure projects.

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Alex Fraser’s answer to asphalt

Alex Fraser’s answer to asphalt

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//November 19, 2020

As a company committed to achieving carbon neutrality, Alex Fraser has created PolyPave, an asphalt product that can contain high volumes of recycled materials including plastic, glass and RAP.

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Two major steps taken to increase glass in NSW road building

Two major steps taken to increase glass in NSW road building

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//September 11, 2020

Across Sydney, 16 metropolitan councils have joined forces to recycle nearly 100 million glass containers yearly into local roads. This marks the largest local government led procurement of recycled materials for road building in NSW. 

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