Research and Development
Our product has been developed by the team at the University of Melbourne and extensively tested both in laboratory under various loading conditions and in field under real traffic loads. The University of Melbourne is the licensor of the technology to Porous Lane.
The performance of this product under different loading conditions has been studied and understood.
Title: Mechanical Performance of Tire-Derived Aggregate Permeable Pavements Under Live Traffic Loads
Conference: 4th International Conference of Transportation Geotechnics – Chicago, US
Title: Infiltration Rates of Recycled Tyre-Based Permeable Asphalt Pavements and Future Maintenance
Conference: Stormwater2021 – Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Title: Field Test Results on Permeable Pavements Comprising Tyre Derived Aggregates
Conference: 10th International Conference on Water Sensitive Urban Design – Perth,
Title: Application of Semi-rigid Composite Permeable Pavements.
Conference: Australian Geomechanics Society Sydney Chapter Symposium, Sydney, New South Wales
Presentations and Workshops
Title: Waste Tyre Permeable Pavement, From Research to Field and Commercialisation
Host: Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia – Victoria
Title: Let’s Talk: Mahdi Disfani, University of Melbourne The St Mary’s permeable carpark trial
Host: Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia – South Australia