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What Happens When You Bathe BluCem ZeoGlass In Acid for 2 Years?

In the early stages of the BluCem ZeoGlass (ZeoGlass) development and approval process, we teamed up with The University of Sydney to conduct a test program, to analyse the “leading” sewer lining shotcretes and see how they perform next to ZeoGlass. These commonly used products consist of a geopolymer based shotcrete, a calcium aluminate cement

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Australia’s Forgotten Recycled Glass Piles Find New Use in Our Sewers

It’s been two years since China stopped importing the glass that Australians put in their yellow bins. Up to the first half of 2018, China annually imported more than 30 million metric tonnes of waste from all over the world. From July onward, however, the Chinese Government decided that they would no longer accept “foreign

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4 Methods to Reduce Storm Water Damage

When stormwater surges, the flooding is often uncontrollable and unpredictable. This can result in homes, businesses and even lives being lost. At the time they occur, there’s not much that can be done. There is, however, ways to prepare ground and embankments to mediate the impact that flooding can have. Excavating the Surrounding Areas Flattening

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The 12 Week Breakdown Process of our 100% Compostable Cement Bags

Following two years of research and development, in January, we began overhauling the entire BluCem bagged product line, switching to Australia’s first 100% compostable cement bag. The switch to the compostable bags means that the annual 250,000+ plastic bags will no longer be added to landfill. Our compostable cement bags have undergone a Biodegradability Assessment,

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Boring the Brisbane Airport Link Tunnel and Grouting the Road Deck Simultaneously

At the time it was Australia’s largest road infrastructure project.  A 6.7km toll road featuring twin 5.1km tunnels connecting Brisbane’s CBD with the Northern Suburbs Airport Precinct. Since their completion in 2012, the tunnels and roadways are now part of a valuable Brisbane asset, assisting traffic flow and easing congestion. Upon starting the project, the

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Playing Our Part to Keep Australians On Time

Airports are the transport links that keep Australia soaring above the competition. When road, rail or sea transport is too timely or expensive, Australians take to the sky to get themselves and their cargo to the right destination, fast. According to the Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities, there were 63.5 million passengers carried

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“The Only Way To Beat The Competition Is To Stop Competing” – W. Chan Kim

Going against the status-quo has always been the Bluey way. We’ve worked hard over the years to find ways for Bluey and our partners to get ahead of the competition, by not competing with it. Whether it’s a new field of engineering or the development of a new product, we are always drawn to doing

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