How recycled construction and demolition material is being used in WA

Case studies: Recycled C&D material

Roads to Reuse (RtR) pilot project


In 2019, the Waste Authority, Department of Water and Environmental Regulation, and Main Roads WA entered into a partnership to undertake the RtR pilot project, with assistance from the Waste and Recycling Industry Association of WA, that aimed to:

  • Test the extent to which producers can supply recycled C&D products in accordance with the revised RtR product specification. 
  • Assess the effectiveness of the independent audit process in verifying producers’ processes and products, in order to provide confidence to the market. 
  • Test a purchaser’s confidence – in this case, Main Roads WA – in using recycled product produced through the RtR program.

Main Roads WA used material produced through the program on its Kwinana Freeway Northbound Widening (Russell Road to Roe Highway) project. A case study of Main Roads WA’s use of RtR material is available here.

OneOneFive Hamilton Hill redevelopment

More information on this project can be found at DevelopmentWA.

Demolition of Subiaco Oval grandstands

Created Date:
Thu 28 January 2021

Last Edit Date:
Thu 24 June 2021