Access To Build Shredder In Adelaide

Adelaide based Intercast and Forge is Australia’s largest foundry, with a capacity to produce 55,000 tonnes per annum of premium ductile iron castings. Established in 1854, Intercast and Forge has developed to be one of the most innovative and technically advanced foundries in the world. They specialise in the manufacture of railway fastening equipment, the […]

Canberra Rail Freight Service to Start Again After 32 Years

Roads between Canberra and Port Botany in Sydney will be free of hundreds of B-double trucks thanks to an agreement between Access Recycling, the ACT Government and John Holland Rail. In a privately funded project, Access Recycling has been granted rights to use the railway line and the old Kingston container terminal to establish an […]

Access Recycling Awarded Major Project

In October 2014 Access Recycling entered a service agreement with Asciano Services Limited to scrap 90 locomotives and 1,213 railway wagons over a 9 month period. The total volume of metal to be recycled exceeds 42,000 tonnes and represents the single largest metal recycling project currently underway in Australia. The locomotives and rolling stock are […]

Access North Shore Now Exporting to the World

The Access Recycling site in North Sydney now has the capability to ‘live load’ export shipping containers with baled scrap metal. In November 2013 a large metal baling press, with a metal compression force of 315 tonnes, was installed at the site. Most of the metal purchased at the site can now be pressed into […]

Railway Line Scrapping Approaches the 1,000km Mark

Ongoing contracts with ARTC will see total railway line recovered for recycling pass 1,000 track kilometres (2,000 lineal kilometres) by July 2014. ARTC’s major re-railing works began in early 2012, with upgrading of the standard gauge line between Melbourne and Albury. Access Recycling was contracted to work behind the teams installing the new rails to […]