25 Jun '17, 2pm

Plastic Road Lasts Ten Times Longer Says Inventor

Plastic Road Lasts Ten Times Longer Says Inventor

MacRebur takes waste plastic, farm waste, and commercial waste and turns it into pellets called MR6. Those pellets replace most of the bitumen when the new plasticized asphalt is made. McCartney says the process results in a plastic road that is 60 percent stronger and last up to 10 times longer than a normal asphalt road.

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cleantechnica.com 03 Jul '17, 7pm

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