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There is no project is too small, as the knowledge gained can lead to solutions which can be used to solve future problems.

Revox is already playing and active part in projects in areas such as solar, oil and gas, mining, infrastructure and general normal day waste.



Subsea Flowline

Revox Australia is one of the few companies in Australia known for recovering material from decommissioned flowlines and upcycling it into value-added products that not only decrease landfill costs but also add value to the flowline’s lifespan cost, increasing the efficiency of decommissioning planning and execution.



Glass is a common material that is made from natural resources like sand. Although much of the waste glass is recycled to make new glass products, a significant portion is still discarded. Glass is a valuable resource that is non-biodegradable and takes up valuable landfill space. The construction industry is one of the world’s largest CO2 emitters, accounting for up to 8% of global CO2 emissions. The use of sand in the production of mortars or concrete depletes natural resources significantly. We developed potential solutions for incorporating waste glass into cement-based materials at Revox.


Aluminia Bi-Products

The most abundant metal in the earth’s crust is aluminium. Approximately 75% of all aluminium produced is still in use today because it can be recycled indefinitely without losing any of its unique properties or quality.

Recycling provides significant benefits to the aluminium lifecycle, saving 95 percent of the energy required to produce new aluminium metal.


Solar Panels

At Revox we convert end-of-life photo-voltaic modules to ‘value-added’ materials. The modules are used to make electricity from solar radiation in photovoltaic (PV) solar systems. Applications include using recycled glass fines in the manufacture of concrete, with bonus sustainability benefits of reduced carbon emissions. Research to date has revealed that PV glass fines (small glass particles generated from grinding the glass) can be effectively used as a partial replacement for sand in concrete.

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