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Under Victoria’s Big Build, Major Road Projects Victoria used eMesh in their Childs Road Upgrade Project to achieve more sustainable infrastructure outcomes for the community..

Bell to Preston Level Crossing Removal Project replaces over 30 tonnes of steel mesh with eMesh for concrete reinforcement in the construction of SUP, diverting 4.25 tonnes of plastic from landfills..

The F1® broadcast area has been built with eMesh, a 100% fully recyclable material which has a 90% reduction in CO2 emissions compared to traditional steel mesh..

Pakenham Rail Line Upgrade project achieves significant reduction in greenhouse gas emissions, which ensures the infrastructure is climate resilient for future generations..

Pound Road West upgrade project, including a bridge over Cranbourne rail line in Melbourne, to use eMesh as a sustainable material for footpath construction..

WestConnex Rozelle Interchange Project implements use of eMesh as a sustainable alternative to traditional concrete reinforcement for footpaths..

LXRP SEPA Toorak Road Project gets eMesh. eMesh is a product made by ENVIROMESH manufactured from 100% recycled plastic fibres..

The Monash upgrade included an array of initiatives aimed at reducing the project’s carbon footprint, Using eMesh (100% recycled plastic product)..

The team at Glenroy has also used recycled plastic in their footpaths and bike paths around the station. Known as eMesh..

The project has also utilised more than 3.5 tonnes of eMesh, an Australian-made product comprised of 100% recycled plastic..

Charles Sturt Council has been using recycled plastic fibres known as eMesh for a number of new footpath and community upgrades..

In a first for Queensland’s rail network, Cross River Rail is using recycled plastic fibre reinforcement for concrete during construction..

Victoria’s Big Build focuses on responsible social procurement of resources to be used in the various projects and eMesh becomes part of the solution..

The Bell to Moreland level crossing removal project has received the highest sustainability rating and green star rating for works completed..

B2M incorporated recycled plastic, known as eMesh, in its shared user path to control crack propagation in concrete..