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At more than 40m high, the recycled technology asphalt plant predominantly processes recycled glass, plastics and asphalt.

Alex Fraser’s 10-year old C&D recycling plant is still setting production records.

Alex Fraser’s 34ha Laverton North site processes up to one million tpa of recycled concrete, asphalt and glass for use in road projects, level crossing upgrades and infrastructure projects throughout Melbourne.

Victorian Energy and Environment Minister Lily D’Ambrosio officially unveils the plaque for the glass recycling plant, with Alex Fraser’s Peter Murphy (far left) and Hanson’s Phil Schacht (far right) looking on.

Phil Schacht (far left) and Peter Murphy (second from left) with Victorian Minister Lily D’Ambrosio (third from left) and a delegation of other Victorian Government MPs and advisors on the deck of Alex Fraser’s new glass recycling plant.

Lily D’Ambrosio rings the cowbells to mark the official opening of the recycled asphalt plant.

Sunday, 21 July, 2019 7:17pm
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