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Wednesday, January 30, 2013

ROAD made from waste plastic...!

1. Plastics waste (bags, cups, thermo Cole) made out of PE, PP and PS cut into a size between 2.36mm and 4.75mm using shredding machine, (PVC waste should be eliminated).

2. The aggregate mix is heated to 165°c (as per the HRS specification) and transferred to mixing chamber.
     Similarly the bitumen is to be heated up to a maximum of 160°c (HRS Specification) to have good binding and to prevent weak bonding. (Monitoring the temperature is very important).

3.  At the mixing chamber, the shredded plastics waste is to be added. It get coated uniformly over the aggregate within 30 to 60 seconds, giving an oily look.

4. The plastics waste coated aggregate is mixed with got bitumen and the resulted mix is used for road construction. The road laying temperature is between 110°c to 120°c. The roller used is 8-ton capacity. 

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Tuesday, January 29, 2013

The Incredible 'bendy bicycle'

Kevin Scott,  Invented and designed a revolutionary folding bicycle that will stop thieves in their tracks, the space-age bike that wraps around a lamp post so it can be locked-up safely - without the need for a lock or chain.

Monday, January 28, 2013

Plantation Tyre...Have you ever tried this..!

Droom droom…move a side please. Break!
Phew…you know what, once my friend was walking on the street and saw a car coming in fast motion towards him. Damn! The driver of that car almost drowned him…then what, he got angry on a driver and puncher his car tyre. Huh.., further he pulled out his car Tyre made this… :D 

Sunday, January 27, 2013

Princess Kofa

Solid waste management has been the greatest public health threat in Liberian cities. During years of conflict, residents of capital city Monrovia lived without any formal garbage collection and disposal system. Aside from institutional initiatives, local private actors have been building social and sustainable businesses to create a clean and healthy environment for the Liberians. Paynesville Waste Enterprise, owned by Princess Kofa was created in 2010, when paying for garbage was not conceivable to many Liberians.