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Recycled Haitian concrete can help in construction


January 6, 2011
By AZoBuilding

Jan. 6, 2011 – Nearly one year after a 7.0-magnitude earthquake rocked
the Republic of Haiti, engineering and concrete experts at Georgia Tech
report that concrete and other debris in Port-au-Prince could be safely
and inexpensively recycled into strong new construction material.

Jan. 6, 2011 – Nearly one year after a 7.0-magnitude earthquake rocked the Republic of Haiti, engineering and concrete experts at Georgia Tech report that concrete and other debris in Port-au-Prince could be safely and inexpensively recycled into strong new construction material. | READ MORE


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1 Comment » for Recycled Haitian concrete can help in construction
  1. John N says:

    old news… but glad to hear that all that concrete wasn’t wasted.

    John N. @ https://www.sidinggarland.com

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