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Concrete goes ‘green’ with addition of graphene

May 29th, 2018 | by Faye Oney

Scientists from the University of Exeter have developed a process for producing an environmentally-friendly concrete that incorporates graphene at the nanoscale. The new concrete material is stronger and more water resistant than existing concretes.


Video: Concrete reinforced with recycled tire fibers has enhanced performance, reduced environmental impact

June 28th, 2017 | by April Gocha

Scientists at the University of British Colombia (Vancouver, British Colombia, Canada) have a new strategy that just might be going somewhere—they’ve devised a technique to incorporate recycled rubber tire fibers into concrete to reuse the waste material, improve the durability of concrete, and reduced the carbon footprint of the concrete industry.



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