Media

AUCKLAND FIRM'S BREAKTHROUGH TO KEEP LEFTOVER CONCRETE OUT OF LANDFILLS

Exciting times here at Interbloc as a world first, breakthrough technology has been successfuly launched within the manufacturing process of our concrete blocks. As part of Envirocon Product Stewardship Scheme, the concrete used to create the blocks are now coming from Envirocon's new collection system. Operating towards keeping surplus concrete out of landfills, the new system works by extending the life of wet concrete by up to 72 hours, allowing for concrete to be collected, stored and upcycled to Interbloc's modular concrete block


 

INTERBLOC MODULAR WALL SYSTEM

Interbloc is a revolutionary modular construction system that is the number one choice when it comes to bulk storage and retaining wall applications.

At the heart of the Interbloc system is a unique interlocking concrete block. When the innovative, engineered system and the prized block are combined, the result is a structure that is flexible, durable, and safe. Its main strength is in its ability to be reconfigured with ease – unlike traditional systems. Read more...


 

CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY CHALLENGED TO CUT ITS LANDFILL WASTE BY NEARLY A THIRD

Concerns our booming construction industry will cause long term environmental harm. But the Government says it’s not all bad and it’s funding waste reducing initiatives.

The Green Business Council has issued a challenge to reduce waste from the construction industry by 30 per cent by 2020. The construction industry dumps the most landfill waste and the council is pushing for waste reduction targets. Read more...

Source: 1 NEWS
 

 

AUCKLAND'S UNDERGROUND RAIL LINK MOST EXPENSIVE PROJECT IN NZ'S HISTORY 

Interbloc's modular wall system is being used to help with one of Auckland's current major constructions - the city rail link.

 

 

 

NEW INNOVATIONS AT FIELDAYS 2016

It's the largest annual farming and agricultural trade show in the Southern Hemisphere -- now Fieldays 2016 has well and truly kicked off. This year it's a family affair. From cooking demos and a new education hub for kids, to the mighty tractor pull. Fielday-goers will get to experience all things farming. Read more...
 
Source: Newshub