Old glass may find use in new, better concrete

Although glass is thought of as being relatively eco-friendly because it's recyclable, the fact is that a lot of it doesn't get recycled ľ this is particularly true of small fragments, that are too fiddly to sort. Now, however, scientists are suggesting that glass waste could be used to make concrete that's stronger and cheaper than ever... Continue Reading Old glass may find use in new, better concrete Category: Environment Tags: Concrete Deakin University Glass Recycling Waste

Researchers turn glass back into sandáto make concrete

Experts from the Deakin School of Engineering, in Victoria, Australia, put wasted glass to good use by turning it into concrete that can be used in industrial flooring and for building roads.

Wed 12 Jun 19 from Daily Mail

Researchers have discovered how to make concrete from recycled glass - by turning it back into sand

Researchers have discovered how to make concrete from recycled glass - by turning it back into sand.

Wed 12 Jun 19 from FOXNews

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