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A Plus Plastics Case Study: Remote Mining
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A Plus Plastics Case Study: Remote Mining

A Plus Plastics' customer was looking for a cost effective and environmentally friendly solution to replace concrete walkways and roadways across its WA mining operations. This solution needed to address a number of concerns, including environmental impact of carting hundreds of tonnes of concrete to a remote site, erosion of local habitat and remediation on demobilisation.

They installed their innovative Geohex™ Erosion Control System in place of concrete for walkways and trafficable pathways, delivering a number of advantages to their customer, including reduced cost and time in establishing remote facilities and less material trucked to site. 

Take a look at the solution in action in the case study below. 

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