A Compound From Plants Could Replace Bitumen to Make Roads Greener

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Construction teams around the world rely on bitumen—an incredibly sticky by-product of crude oil production—as the main binding agent for asphalt. But a team of scientists reckon that a compound found within plants could help replace it, making road-building a greener, more sustainable practice. Read more…

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A Compound From Plants Could Replace Bitumen to Make Roads Greener

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