Roads Built With Recycled Plastics.

CEO Toby McCartney started MacRebur as a means to the ever-growing trash problem. Trash and plastics are being disposed of by the tons each day. Not every plastic makes the cut for these roads, but every bit being recycled and reused changes our problem.

Each plastic taken out of the waste yard and turned into something that lasts a while is super valuable. This road lasts 10X longer than normal asphalt roads due to the plastic properties.

The process of laying the road is similar to that of normal asphalt, and the result looks the same. However, the actual road is much stronger.

Not all the plastics in the world can be used here. One of the hardest to reuse, black plastic, is perfect for this technology.

They gather and mix the plastics with other materials and achieve the recycled bottle asphalt road.

In order to get the road just right, they still use every method of laying normal asphalt roads, including steamrolling the top.

From discarded plastic bottles to a road that lasts 10x longer than normal. This technology changes the world forever. We now have a way to remove plastics by making roads, something we need as humans with cars.

Source: MacRebur.






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