ABC News. While the product costs more, Atkinson said it would save the council money in the long term. It’s estimated that the road will last fifteen percent longer than a typical asphalt roadway.
ADVERTISEMENT Other roads made from recycled waste already exist in other areas of Australia. South of Perth’s business district, the government recently added extra lanes to Western Australia’s Kwinana Highway.
This wouldn’t stand out in normal circumstances; however, this stretch of the road consists of untraditional materials.Two stabilizing layers beneath the asphalt consist of 25,000 tons of recycled concrete.Read more on powerofpositivity.com