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Greg Baumgart (left, Boral Australia) is the winner of the CCAA Health & Safety Innovation Award, presented by Chris Whiting MP (centre) with Peter Ambrose (Holcim Australia).

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Holcim, Boral Shine at Gala Awards Ceremony

Holcim Australia has bagged two of the three 2018 Queensland CCAA Innovation Awards to celebrate outstanding achievements across the construction materials industry. Read more »
The Queensland Government will introduce a levy on waste stream materials, including C&D materials (pictured), from the beginning of 2019.

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Waste disposal levy to facilitate recycling

A new waste disposal levy in Queensland for major waste streams, including construction and demolition (C&D) material, is expected to kick in from early 2019. Read more »
Hanson Australia has announced it has acquired recycling aggregates company The Alex Fraser Group.

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Construction materials giant moves into the recycling industry

Building materials supplier Hanson Australia has acquired leading recycled aggregates producer the Alex Fraser Group in a move that will increase its presence in ‘aligned’ industries. Read more »
A road base made from recycled tyres has recently been tested with promising results at the University of Melbourne.

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Rolling towards new road base

Researchers from the University of Melbourne have recently heralded the significance of a project that has created road base from recycled tyres. Read more »
The world’s first extra large tyre recycling facility is set to open in Perth next year.

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One of a kind tyre recycling plant to open down under

A collaboration between two Australian companies will see the world’s first extra large tyre recycling plant opened next year in Perth, Western Australia. Read more »
University scientists have recently created a road surface out of discarded cigarette butts. Image courtesy: Huffington Post Australia.

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No butts about new construction applications

Construction workers may one day get to see their cigarette butts on display now that university researchers say they’ve found a way to create asphalt with discarded butts. Read more »
Gold and quartz are some of the products that can be sorted with sensors in the Steinert sorter range.

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Sensor sorting, metal separation solutions on show

The Australian arm of a global supplier in sensor sorting and metal separation solutions has recently demonstrated its expertise to mining and quarrying professionals and media at its Melbourne headquarters. Read more »
The Gold Coast’s largest quarry will potentially be turned into a landfill site. Image courtesy: Gold Coast Bulletin.

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Gold Coast quarry to become landfill site

The Gold Coast’s largest quarry will potentially be turned into a privately operated landfill site after a development application was filed with the city council. Read more »
Komatsu currently supplies earthmoving equipment to the mining industry but not specific plant and equipment for mining operations.

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Komatsu expands into extractives after multi-billion dollar deal

Komatsu is expanding into the extractive equipment industry following an agreement to purchase Joy Global for $USD3.7 billion ($AUD4.9 billion). Read more »
Professor Arul Arulrajah (left) and PhD student Teck-Ang Kua, Swinburne University,  test coffee grounds in the laboratory.

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Recycled coffee grounds an unlikely binder in road base

Could coffee ground waste play an unlikely role in the make-up of roads and highways? Professor Arul Arulrajah spoke to Damian Christie about the first phase of a project to use coffee ground waste as a substitute for Portland cement in creating an alternative road sub-base. Read more »
Professor Arul Arulrajah and PhD student Teck-Ang Kua, Swinburne University, test coffee grounds in the laboratory.

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Coffee grounds an unlikely binder in road base

Road builders may have to start adding an espresso lane after university engineers developed an alternative to cement using recycled coffee grounds. Read more »
BlueMac, which supplies destoners and other recycled aggregate equipment, is expanding into the Australian market.

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International recycling solutions provider enters Aussie market

A new distribution partnership is expected to provide the Australian recycled aggregates industry with access to international recycling solutions. Read more »


 


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