Gallery: Axion International Makes Rail Road Tracks, Bridges, and I-Bea...

 

The United States recycles only 27% of its plastic bottle waste – fortunately, Axion International is working on raising that number by developing building materials made from 100% recycled content, most of which comes from plastic bottles. Axion’s materials are created without the use of additional chemicals, and they’re so strong they can be used for heavy load bridges, railroad ties, I-beams, and pilings. A bridge made completely of Axion’s materials is even being built right now in York, Maine – read on for a closer look!

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  1. harshal December 12, 2013 at 2:26 pm

    how wil i get the name of the material its d company name i am getting. pls rply soon

  2. Genocyde June 6, 2013 at 12:04 pm

    There’s a huge difference between a railroad rail and a railroad tie. The title of the post is very misleading.

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