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It’s not rocket science - by eradicating damage, you reduce the on-going cost and associated risks to ZERO, saving thousands over the life of a development

"It's just so simple"  THE SUNDAY TIMES

True genius lies in the ability to make the complex simple.

100%

REDUCE WASTE

100 %

REDUCE COST OF REPEATED REPAIRS

100%

REDUCE ONGOING COST OF MATERIALS

100%

REDUCE DAMAGE TO UNDERGROUND SERVICES

100 %

REDUCE INJURY FROM DIGGING & HEAVY LABOUR

With 80% of the workload resulting from the most vulnerable items (which represent around 20% of all items), cities very quickly transition to a position of sustainability

Transitioning to a state of financial sustainability is surprisingly fast

“ Our selection is not based on price alone, we also took into consideration the safety and saving aspects. ZERO WASTE Unbreakable Foundations allow quick replacement of items with no further effort required to the base, (providing a significant cost benefit in replacing the damaged item by re-using the existing footing) and reduces risk of injury to employees by reducing time spent on traffic islands exposed to traffic.” 

MAIN ROADS DEPT W.A.

STOP PAYING FOR REPEATED REPAIRS

REPLACEMENTS ARE SIMPLE

Roadside items are removed and replaced quickly and efficiently from a standing position using ergonomic tools and the only cost is labour

The savings quickly add up. Including what you currently spend on dial before you dig, traffic management, new concrete and paving, site clean up, travel to tip, tipping fees, repairs to pavements and footings, back injuries, damage to underground services, insurance and injury to public.

MAKE THE TRANSITION

The decision you make today will determine where you are in ten years time.

Your city will either remain in a state of decline (costing more every year to maintain) or quickly transition to a state of sustainability.

You quickly transition to a state of sustainability

Using ZERO WASTE Unbreakable Foundations a city quickly becomes sustainable as around 80% of the workload results from the most vulnerable 20% of items (such as city centres/ corners frequented by trucks/ around schools )

 

Once ZERO WASTE Foundations are installed in those locations 80% of all future impacts result in zero damage to the pavement or traffic island and damaged items are replaced quickly and efficiently without disturbance.

INNOVATOR OF THE YEAR

At last sustainability makes good business sense

Built in obsolescence is standard practice - but we decided it's time to put an end to this madness.

 

Previously only used in the Aerospace industry, we have utilised the latest advanced materials and manufacturing processes to  produce a range of products that are designed to continue working impact after impact, year after year, saving you thousands over the life of a development

ZERO ON-GOING COST FOR REPAIRS

No current method will last 100 years, the result is that you must repeatedly replace  the valuable concrete footings

Expensive pavements and traffic islands are constantly disturbed, causing trip factors and costing thousands over the life of a development to maintain (100 years)

 

All this work creates tonnes of carbon waste that is expensive to dispose of, and with rising climate change concerns, these costs are set to skyrocket

ZERO WASTE Unbreakable Foundations last 100 years- ZERO replacement costs for 100 years

REDUCING RISK OF INJURY

One of the greatest costs to state and local government road authorities is workplace injury from digging and heavy labour, and working in dangerous traffic.

 

Other growing concerns include the danger of working in dangerous traffic and as populations grow so does this problem.

New concerns are arising from working with toxic concrete dust,  and dangerous underground services (that are often poorly mapped.

WINNER OF DOH&S WORKSAFE AWARD for reducing time on location and removing the need for digging and heavy labour, successfully addressing the two major causes of workplace injury

ZERO MAINTENANCE COSTS

ZERO MATERIAL COSTS

We have depleted our carbon resources and are now consuming the resources meant for our children.  As a result the cost of resources and tipping fees for carbon waste are set to soar.

Consider what you spend every year on concrete, sand, paving, heavy equipment, and associated materials- then times it by 100 to see what you can save on materials over the life of the development.

ZERO WASTE Foundations are re-usable. ZERO ongoing costs

Repeatedly replacing posts and bollards that are impacted by vehicle represents the majority of a councils work- yet now they can be made to self recover from impact- ZERO maintenance.

 

Even when severely impacted the bollard and the surrounding pavement and concrete footings are reusable!

 

When badly impacted posts and bollards can be replaced quickly and efficiently (less than 5 minutes) requiring no digging or heavy labour.

 

ZERO WASTE Foundations are re-usable.  ZERO maintenance costs

REDUCING RISK OF INJURY

ZERO ON-GOING COST FOR REPAIRS

No current method will last 100 years, the result is that you must repeatedly replace  the valuable concrete footings, (expensive pavements and traffic islands), costing thousands over the life of a development (100 years), creating on-going carbon waste, yet providing no future benefit.

ZERO WASTE Unbreakable Foundations last 100 years- ZERO replacement costs for 100 years

One of the greatest costs is workplace injury from digging and heavy labour, and working in dangerous traffic. Another growing concern are the dangers of working with toxic concrete dust,  and dangerous underground services (that are often poorly mapped.

By eradicating the need for digging and heavy labour and substantially reducing time on location, you substantially reduce the two major risks of workplace injury

CURRENT METHODS HAVE BECOME UNTENABLE

With rapid urbanisation and depleting resources current methods of installing and maintaining roadside items that require heavy labour , create on-going disturbance to traffic and underground services, and create vast amounts of concrete waste have become so costly and dangerous that they have become untenable 

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