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GATEWAY UPGRADES TO RECYCLED MATERIALS 16-Sep-2016

A huge quantity of recycled materials is being used to build two critical Queensland Department of Main Roads road upgrades to the north of Brisbane.

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16-Sep-2016


ALEX FRASER AND CIP 31-Aug-2016

Alex Fraser recently supplied and delivered 5,300 tonnes of 20mm recycled concrete aggregate from our Archerfield site to a new industrial estate in the Brisbane suburb of Darra.

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31-Aug-2016


WEBB DOCK WEST COMPLETE 9-Aug-2016

Alex Fraser has successfully completed the Webb Dock West project for CPB Contractors (formerly Leighton Contractors), CPB were engaged by Melbourne International RoRo and Auto Terminal (MIRRAT)

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9-Aug-2016


TULLA WIDENING TO BE BUILT WITH ALEX FRASER MATERIALS 9-Aug-2016

Melbourne’s most important infrastructure is once again being built using Alex Fraser materials. The Tullamarine Freeway, linking Melbourne’s Tullamarine Airport with the CBD and the West Gate Freeway, is one of Melbourne’s most heavily used roads.

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9-Aug-2016


PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT 8-Jun-2016

A new recycled capping material is now available for customer projects located in the north of Melbourne from our Epping plant.

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8-Jun-2016


DINGLEY BYPASS: BUILT USING LOCALLY SOURCED RECYCLED MATERIAL 15-Mar-2016

Another major project, the 6.4 km, $156 million Dingley Bypass, has been completed with Alex Fraser materials.

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15-Mar-2016


AIEF students

Partnering with AIEF to build a brighter future 16-Jan-2016

John Swire & Sons Pty Ltd announced a new $1 million, six year partnership with the Australian Indigenous Education Foundation (AIEF) in 2014.

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16-Jan-2016


Melbourne Water: a relationship built on durable products and excellent delivery 8-Jan-2016

The Eastern Treatment Plant, at Bangholme in Melbourne’s east, treats approximately 45 per cent of Melbourne’s sewage and services about 1.5 million people in the city’s south- eastern and eastern suburbs.

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8-Jan-2016


Dohertys Road to be upgraded with Alex Fraser Materials 8-Jan-2016

Dohertys Road, well-known to many Alex Fraser employees and customers, is to be upgraded using Alex Fraser materials.

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8-Jan-2016


Alex Fraser Queensland Supports Local Teens In Traditional Land Management Education 24-Nov-2015

Alex Fraser Queensland has been working with the Nudgee Beach Environmental Education Centre (NBEEC), which is located close to the Alex Fraser Group’s Nudgee facility.

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24-Nov-2015


SARDA Laverton

Alex Fraser supporting the Search and Rescue Dogs Australia (SARDA) 30-Oct-2015

Alex Fraser regularly allows the volunteers at Search And Rescue Dogs Australia (SARDA) and their canines to use its facilities in Victoria and Queensland.

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30-Oct-2015


Werribee Pipeline

Solving Melbourne's excess glass problem 11-Sep-2015

The support for the use of recycled construction materials is constantly increasing. Recently, City West Water, one of three government-owned retail water businesses in Metropolitan Melbourne, approved the use of Alex Fraser Recycled Sand as pipe embedment material for gravity sewer pipelines.

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11-Sep-2015


Paving over the past at Webb Dock 28-Apr-2015

Alex Fraser is supplying an estimated 300,000 tonnes of material to a special project at the Port of Melbourne.

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28-Apr-2015


Recycled sand

Leading the way in glass recycling 17-Dec-2014

Glass recycling is a challenge for many communities and each year in Melbourne alone about 250,000 tonnes of glass is collected from our kerbsides. Some of this makes its way back into glass production but over 100,000 tonnes of this is stockpiled in the hope that it can find alternate uses.

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17-Dec-2014


Industrial Services team

Safety milestone recognised 8-Aug-2014

On 16 June 2014 Alex Fraser’s Industrial Services team at Port Kembla, New South Wales, reached a milestone. Across all the industrial services sites operated in the past 10 years there has not been one lost time injury recorded. On the Port Kembla site, almost 14 years have passed since a lost time injury.

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8-Aug-2014



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