- 11:54 am - Sun, Sep 23, 2012
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The National University of Singapore has successfully recycled aggregate/concrete into various applications. These recycled aggregates are obtained from the concrete from the construction, renovation, and demolition of old buildings …
The technique created by associate professor wee tiong huan and his team from the university’s department of civil engineering results in a homogeneously well-compacted mass for increased strength and robustness while further reducing the weight. The recycled concrete furniture was designed by cilicon faytory and produced by compac green singapore pte ltd.
(via recycled aggregate concrete street furniture by cilicon faytory)