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- Blending of recycled glass and crushed rock in road pavements
- Ali, M. M. Younus; Disfani, M. M.; Newman, G.; Arulrajah, Arul
- An extensive laboratory testing program in Victoria, with assistance from recycled aggregates producer Alex Fraser Group, has enabled a team of researchers to analyse the suitability of a recycled glass-crushed rock blend as a sub-base material.
- Publication type
- Journal article
- Research centre
- Swinburne University of Technology. Faculty of Engineering and Industrial Sciences
- Quarry, (Sep 2012), pp. 41-55
- Publication year
- Australia; Construction materials; Crushed rock; Recycled glass; Recycled materials; Road pavements; Sub-base materials; VicRoads; Victoria; Waste materials
- Institute of Quarrying Australia
- Publisher URL
- Copyright © 2012.
- Additional information
- This article first appeared as: Ali, M. M. Y., Newman, G., Arulrajah, A., & Disfani, M. M. (2011). Application of recycled glass: crushed rock blends in road pavements. Australian Geomechanics, 46 (1), 113-122. See: http://hdl.handle.net/1959.3/189642. This research was supported by Sustainability Victoria (contract no. 5312).