Roads made of plastic waste could be the future

There are 40 million kilometres of roads in the world. What if we could turn our plastic waste into roads?

Well, the technology already exists, and it works!

Roads comprise 90% of rocks, limestone and sand. Plastic waste is used to replace the bitumen (last 10%), used to bind them all together.

Household waste and commercial waste could help to create new, durable roads instead of ending in landfill or even the ocean.

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Author: easyecotips