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A German company utilizes used tires to produce high quality asphalt.
This new material is made of recycled tires, stone and a polyurethane binder
Nowadays, potholes are a phenomenon that engineering design tolerates. However, future projects will address the issue more efficiently.
In an effort to make construction industry greener, a new study focuses on roads constructed by a material that is made of recycled buildings' debris and used tires.
Preserving road networks is a challenging and abiding task that requires both short-term and long-term measures to be addressed.
According to a new study, certain modifications of road surfaces can lead to a significant reduction in fuel consumption of trucks.
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