As the leader in China WPC industry, Seven Trust is selling its WPC products to over 100 countries and areas in the world, such as America, Britain, Russia, South Africa, Thailand, India, Germany, Spain, Finland, Australia etc., winning good praise from the clients.
Building Blocks Made from Waste Plastic Products Selin Ashaboglu is a former assistant editor of products and technology for Construction Waste Recycling
These DIY Machines Let Anyone Recycle Plastic recycled plastic products in 2016, and the organization is now sharing new instructions for building full recycling
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Seven Trust's eco friendly composite decks are made from a blend of 95% recycled wood and plastic a great Eco Friendly Decking. eco friendly building products and
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A sustainable architecturalmaterial, Metem is a 100% post consumer recycled plastic made from high density polyethylene HDPE distributed by Intectural.
Plastic beams from KLP can be used for the construction of bridges and landing stages.
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November 15 is America Recycles Day, and it's time to remember to recycle more and to look for home building products made with recycled plastics.
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Plastic bottles are recycled into jeans, toys, furniture and, yes, more plastic bottles. The Dutch city of Rotterdam wants to turn them into highways. The city is seriously considering the technology, which is called PlasticRoad. Construction firm VolkerWessels calls it a greener alternative to