Bricks made from plastic, organic waste -- K Trade Fair

Bricks made from plastic, organic waste

The unique chemical structure of the sulfur backbone in the novel rubber allows for multiple pieces of the rubber to bond together. Image: Flinders University

The unique chemical structure of the sulfur backbone in the novel rubber allows for multiple pieces of the rubber to bond together. Image: Flinders University

The new manufacturing and recycling technique, labelled 'reactive compression molding,' applies to rubber material that can be compressed and stretched, but one that doesn't melt. Image: Flinders University

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