State Asphalts NSW is able to manufacture superior pavement products under the guidance of highly trained employees. The State Asphalts NSW manufacturing plants are designed around client needs, conveniently located to increase efficiency and service projects for exceptional results.
State Asphalts NSW is conscious of its role within the asphalt and construction industry as well as the wider community and has endeavoured to place a focus on environmental and sustainable practices and manufacturing processes. As such State Asphalts NSW prides itself on the ability to utilise recycled products such as recycled asphalt pavement, rubber and plastics in its product designs. The use of Recycled Asphalt Products (RAP) allows State Asphalts NSW to provide a sustainable product, lowers wastage, increases economic benefit and lowers environmental impacts. RAP is a useful alternative to virgin materials because it reduces the use of virgin aggregate and the amount of virgin asphalt binder required in the production of HMA. Using RAP greatly reduces the amount of construction debris going into landfills, and it does not deplete nonrenewable natural resources such as virgin aggregate and asphalt binder.
With experience in all aspects of asphalt, the State Asphalts NSW modern plants are capable of supplying high quality, economical mixes to meet all modern road requirements. To date, the plants have provided asphalt for high profile transport infrastructure projects including the Wyong/F3 Interchange, Camden Valley Way, Princess Highway, Central Coast Highway, Lane Cove Tunnel, Sydney Bus Transit-Ways, Westlink M7 and the runway and apron upgrades for the Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport.