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Concrete Fortified by Adding Recycled Plastic

News   Oct 26, 2017 | Original Story by Jennifer Chu for Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

 
Concrete Fortified by Adding Recycled Plastic

“Our technology takes plastic out of the landfill, locks it up in concrete, and also uses less cement to make the concrete, which makes fewer carbon dioxide emissions,” says assistant professor Michael Short. Credit: MIT News.

 
 
 

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