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Plastics on the road "86 international conference : the Conference Forum at the Sedgwick Centre, London, 3-4 December 1986 by Plastics on the road "86 (Conference) (1986 London)

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Published by Plastics and Rubber Institute in London .
Written in English

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StatementPlastics and Rubber Institute in association with the Automobile Division of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers.
ContributionsPlastics and Rubber Institute., Institution of Mechanical Engineers. Automobile Division.
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Open LibraryOL14271338M

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  Plastic bottles and bags are being recycled into asphalt mixture to produce roads that are kinder to the environment and, manufacturers claim, longer lasting. A . Among the countries that participate in this brilliant endeavour is the United Kingdom, with Engineer Toby McCartney paving the first plastic road in UK. He has replaced bitumen, an ingredient used in making roads, with recycled plastic pieces. As a result, the road is 60% stronger than a regular asphalt road.   A modified version of the road which adds road scrap to plastic-coated gravel was tested out in March this year on a highway connecting Chennai with was the Author: Sribala Subramanian. +86 ; No. 3 Gongzhen Road, Tianyou Industrial Park, Huashi Town, Jiangyin City, Jiangsu Province, China; Get in Touch * * * * Jiangyin Bairuijia Plastics Science & Technology Co., Ltd. Office: +86 +86 ; Susie: [email protected] +86