Using plastics to help a community recover from - Plastics News An Australian company is building kit homes for a cyclone-ravaged Pacific island from laminated veneer lumber and a wood-plastic composite. The design team's ultimate aim is to use 100 percent recycled plastic to construct homes and other buildings for poor communities around the world thatMcBryde
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High-Tech Decks This Old House Composites look, feel, and act more like wood. That's because they contain about 50 percent wood dust from sawmills, in addition to recycled and virgin high-density polyethylene (HDPE). (At least one company uses polyvinyl chloride (PVC) instead of HDPE.) The fiber content improves plastic's stiffness, reduces its
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utilization of recycled mineral wool as filler in wood plastic composites Olli Väntsi. Utilization of recycled mineral wool as filler in wood plastic composites. Lappeenranta 2015. 99 pages + 5 original articles. Acta Universitatis Lappeenrantaensis 663. Diss. Lappeenranta University of Technology. ISBN 978-952-265-855-5, ISBN 978-952-265-856-2 (PDF), ISSN-L 1456-4491, ISSN. 1456-4491.