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Could recycled plastic be a viable alternative for timber railway sleepers?

Could recycled plastic be a viable alternative for timber railway sleepers?

Recycled plastic railway sleepers made in northwest Victoria could be the next weapon in the war against waste, as testing is currently underway to verify whether using converted polystyrene and agricultural plastic waste can be used as an alternative material for sleepers on heritage railways. Tourist and heritage railway groups who are currently using second …

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The New South Wales Government has awarded the main works contract to build the Prince of Wales Hospital’s new Acute Services Building as part of the $720 million Randwick Campus Redevelopment.

Tenders alert: business opportunities across Australia

Looking for work? Here’s a summary of the tenders that are now open across the country. The work is bountiful so to save you some time, tenders have been sorted by state: Page 1: national and NSW Page 2: SA and WA Page 3: Queensland, NT and Tasmania. NATIONAL Department of Defence – civil works …

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