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Australasian Slag Association (ASA)

The Australasian (Iron & Steel) Slag Association (ASA) was formed in 1990, nationally representing the leading steel, cement, quarrying and slag processing companies, who have a common interest in increasing community, business and government awareness of the superior construction properties, environmental and value added benefits derived from the various iron and steel furnace slags.

ASA Etihad StadiumThe Association's activities are primarily focused on conducting research and development, understanding and educating users, stakeholders and engagement regulators with regard to the uses and benefits arising through the effective utilisation of iron and steel slag, which is a valuable recovered resource.


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