Permeable paving, tree guards, recycled sand products, and dam covers were just some of the sustainable products showcased at the third Sustainable Suppliers Forum in October.
The METRONET Morley-Ellenbrook Line Project has been certified by the Infrastructure Sustainability Council in Infrastructure Sustainability Design.
Three stations being built under the METRONET New Bayswater Station and Morley-Ellenbrook Line projects have achieved Green Star Design Review ratings, and are all on track to receive a 5 Star Green Star – Railway Stations v1.1 rating.
Around 660 grass trees (Balga in Noongar) are being relocated as part of the Tree Retention Strategy for the METRONET Byford Rail Extension Project.
An outstanding commitment to environmental management on the METRONET Yanchep Rail Extension Project and Thornlie-Cockburn Link Project has seen contractor NEWest Alliance win an Environmental Achievement award.
How can banner mesh provide sustainable employment opportunities? When it’s upcycled from a METRONET project of course!
Limestone blocks, steel reinforcement, concrete, ballast, plastic pipes and excavated material are all getting a second life as the METRONET Thornlie-Cockburn Link Project works to build a more sustainable future by recycling and reusing where possible.
The METRONET Morley-Ellenbrook Line is home to WA’s first 50kVa hybrid solar battery and will help power the Whiteman Park Station site.
With an innovative and sustainable approach to water and energy use, the METRONET Forrestfield-Airport Link Project has achieved one of the highest sustainability ratings in Western Australia for infrastructure assets.
Solar glass energy, recycled bricks, sustainable lighting solutions and FOGO were just some of the sustainable products showcased at the second Sustainable Suppliers industry event as part of the METRONET Sustainability Strategy.
Did you know our bodies are around 60% water and need about three litres a day to survive?
An innovative and sophisticated modular version of a pool blanket installed over turkey’s nests (also known as construction dams) is being used to reduce water use on the METRONET Morley-Ellenbrook Line Project.
A cluster of rare and environmentally threatened freshwater mussels has been carefully relocated from a section of the Canning River (Djarlgarra) for protection ahead of works on the METRONET Thornlie-Cockburn Link Project.
Close to 60,000! That’s the number of recycled blocks used so far to build the retaining walls along the rail corridor of the METRONET Yanchep Rail Extension.
Small in size but big on impact. That’s the perfect way to describe the fauna underpasses that will soon play an important role in protecting native animals moving between the bushland areas around the METRONET Thornlie-Cockburn Link Project.
We’ve all shifted a wheelbarrow or two of soil around the garden but what do you do with hundreds of thousands of cubic metres of spare sand?