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New ways with recycled crushed glass in roads
Waste materials are bad news for local Councils, but they represent an opportunity for ...
Recycled roads - a glass half full
Sustainability and better recycling outcomes are now informing Australia’s ongoing “big ...
Transport and mobility in the future
The public road transport system is characterised by four key elements that work together ...
ARRB's Austrack ready to test recycled materials
ARRB’s Austrack is a laboratory-based, extra-large wheel-tracking device which, building ...
Development of a National Specification for crumb rubber binders in asphalt and seals
ARRB is currently conducting a 22 month National Specification Project to ascertain ...
Using waste plastics in roads - ARRB's research
The Australian Road Research Board (ARRB) is at the forefront of research into using ...
Using passenger tyres in bitumen
Using more end-of-life tyres in road construction is a known way to curb a significant ...