Rather Than End Up in a Landfill, Non-Recyclable Glass May Soon Be a Cheaper New Ingredient in Concrete
Australian researchers have developed an exciting new technique for making concrete out of non-recyclable glass that has been turned back into sand. The team found that ground-up glass can be used specifically to make polymer concrete, a material that uses polymers â typically resins â to replace lime-type cement as a binder for roads. Since […]
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Upcycled plastic bottles are used to create this durable emergency shelter
The Recycled BottleHouse is a pyramid-shaped shelter that was constructed from a bamboo frame covered in discarded plastic bottles.
Making living products is second nature at our Glasgow plant
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