Close the Loop has unveiled a new manufacturing line in Melbourne capable of converting 200,000 tonnes of soft plastic and toner waste into an asphalt additive for roads.
Tyre Stewardship Australia has teamed up with the Australian Asphalt Pavement Association to bring road builders a sustainable and effective alternative to standard asphalt products.
Roads & Infrastructure Magazine sits down with experts behind a new Austroads report exploring the use of marginal and non-standard materials in road construction and maintenance and what benefits they could bring to the sector.
Melbourne-based contractor ALL ASH is reaping the benefits of the new Caterpillar AP500F asphalt paver, thanks to its technical capabilities but also the support from dealer William Adams.
Logan Reserve Rd in Logan, Queensland, is set to become more resistant to the effects of flooding, with pavement reconstruction commencing this week.
The new report addresses concerns with finite resources and provides the basis for the use of marginal and non-standard materials in sealed roads and considers the factors affecting performance.