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RMIT and council trial world-first coffee concrete footpath

Freshly brewed coffee concrete may be coming to a street near you after RMIT University teamed up with Macedon Ranges Shire Council to conduct a world-first coffee concrete footpath trial.

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Emerging city leaders in Europe join new leadership initiative led by RMIT and EIT Urban Mobility

A new leadership program designed to cultivate the next generation of high-potential leaders working at the forefront of urban transformation in Europe's public sector was launched this month in Barcelona by RMIT Europe, RMIT Forward and EIT Urban Mobility.

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Green concrete recycling twice the coal ash is built to last

New modelling reveals that low-carbon concrete developed at RMIT University can recycle double the amount of coal ash compared to current standards, halve the amount of cement required and perform exceptionally well over time.

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RMIT and council trial world-first coffee concrete footpath

Freshly brewed coffee concrete may be coming to a street near you after RMIT University teamed up with Macedon Ranges Shire Council to conduct a world-first coffee concrete footpath trial.

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emergingleaders12202.jpg

Emerging city leaders in Europe join new leadership initiative led by RMIT and EIT Urban Mobility

A new leadership program designed to cultivate the next generation of high-potential leaders working at the forefront of urban transformation in Europe's public sector was launched this month in Barcelona by RMIT Europe, RMIT Forward and EIT Urban Mobility.

Read the story

Chamila01THUMB.jpg

Green concrete recycling twice the coal ash is built to last

New modelling reveals that low-carbon concrete developed at RMIT University can recycle double the amount of coal ash compared to current standards, halve the amount of cement required and perform exceptionally well over time.

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