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September 24, 2022
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Concrete using recycled tire rubber promises boost for circular economy

Engineers have discovered a way to replace 100% of conventional aggregates in concrete—such as gravel and crushed rock—with rubber from discarded tires that meets building codes, promising a boost for the circular economy.Engineers have discovered a way to replace 100% of conventional aggregates in concrete—such as gravel and crushed rock—with rubber from discarded tires that meets building codes, promising a boost for the circular economy.

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