The Standards Australia Research and Analysis team would like to invite you to the insightful webinar that will explore what it will take for this sector to realise the immense opportunities for growth and digital transformation.
The Steel Research Hub led by the University of Wollongong (UOW) officially launched earlier this month, focusing on supporting the transition of Australia's steel manufacturing industry to a more sustainable, competitive and resilient position.
TfNSW would like to invite you to Workshop 04: Environmental Sustainability - Standards and Specifications.
A video clip and slideshow with impressions from the conference have been uploaded on the EUROSLAG website. To check out the incredible couple of days that was had by participants, click here.
Our Executive Director Craig Heidrich has recently virtually presented at the 11th EUROSLAG Conference in Cologne, Germany. The main agenda for the presentation addressed the Standard Specification for low-carbon concrete using iron and steel slags. In particular, the journey the association has embarked on, and the things discovered along the way.
The 15th Global Slag Conference, Exhibition and Awards are back with a major topic of 'Maximising profits from slag.' If your business includes slag, you don't want to miss this.
ASA member, Holcim are currently constructing a facility to import and distribute low carbon cement replacement products within New Zealand.
ASA member, BlueScope have collectively contributed to the development of the ResponsibleSteel Standard. A standard that will see tough new requirements introduced to reflect the growing need of driving sustainability measures and responsible sourcing.
ASA member, Australian Steel Mill Services (ASMS) has joined forces with the University of Wollongong (UOW) to commence a new research project at the Steel Research Hub.
The 11th EUROSLAG Conference in Cologne begins next week, on the 4th - 7th October 2022. To get you prepared, the preliminary conference program has been officially announced.
Last chance to register for the 11th EUROSLAG conference, being held on the 4th - 7th of October 2022 in Cologne Germany.
A report by The University of New South Wales has been developed whereby findings are presented on the performance of High-density Geopolymer Concrete (GPC) used in the fabrication of Hanbar amour units and placed at Port Kembla's Northern Breakwater.
The SCA is pleased to announce their next program, the Lifecycle Assessment Calculator webinar, commencing on the 21st of September 2022 at 1 pm.
Holcim accelerates sustainable construction in the third edition of Holcim's Startup Accelerator Program.
ASA member, Infrabuild supplies vital products, manufacturing capacity, and preplanning capabilities to the large-scale infrastructure project, Sydney Gateway.
SteelPhalt has introduced the world’s first carbon-negative steel slag aggregate-based asphalt using lignin binder product made from trees.
Your invited to Transport for NSW's Baseline Sustainability Requirements workshop, taking place online Wednesday 31 August 2022.
A SmartCrete CRC Preliminary Proposal has been confirmed to understand the current state of utilisation, including forecast production and availability of various supplementary cementitious materials (SCM), to continue to lower carbon opportunities for the Australian Cement and Concrete Sector.
It's that time again! The National Slag Association Annual Meeting is here featuring a presentation by Executive Director of the Australasian (iron & steel) Slag Association, Craig Heidrich.
The 11th European Slag Conference is back and looking for presenters to take part in this momentous occasion. To learn how to submit your contributions, continue reading.
The Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA) has published the new resource Specifying for Green Star Buildings Using NATSPEC.
The 11th Euroslag conference is back with a focus on the transformation of the steel industry and its effects on the slag value chain. Major topics at the conference will include, legal frameworks, best practices, research, and innovation.
As outlined in a new report by the Australian Industry Energy Transitions Initiative (ETI), an 88% cut to heavy industry emissions is possible and would set up key regions for the net-zero transition, says research backed by 18 of Australia’s largest companies.
Transforming transport systems to achieve net-zero emissions mobility is both a great challenge and one of our most powerful opportunities to achieve positive change. Come along and see how we can all band together and fast-track change.
In collaboration with researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Facebook's partent company, Meta has developed a new Artificial Intelligence (AI) model that optimises concrete mixtures for sustainability and strength.