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  A new road concept made from 100% recycled plastic has the potential to replace traditional asphalt roads in the future and bring with it a whole host of benefits. PlasticRoad, a Netherlands based initiative, is lightweight, slashes construction time,…
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  As of January 1st 2017, Dutch electric trains have been running on 100 per cent wind power. This is according to the Netherland’s national railway company NS. In 2015, Dutch electricity company Eneco won a tender offered by NS…
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  The New York City subway system has a rubbish problem. 80,000 pounds (around 36 tonnes) of rubbish is left in subway stations and tracks every day. Apart from the obviously displeasing sight and odour that can come with left…
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  Do you work more than 39 hours a week? You could be putting your health at risk according to a new study. Research from the Australian National University (ANU) has found that the work limit for a physically and…
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  South Australia will likely have a new large-scale solar farm by 2018 thanks to a partnership between Snowy Hydro and Equis. The $200 million plant is set to begin construction this year, pending relevant approvals, and will be situated…
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  An executive order signed last Friday by US President Donald Trump will see a 90 day ban on immigration to the country from seven ‘Muslim-majority’ nations. The seven nations are Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen. The…
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  A new report shows the large scale reductions in street lighting costs and greenhouse gas emissions that can be achieved be switching over to LED lighting. 15 recommendations to fast track a large scale changeover in Australia to LED…
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  The small Shire of Moora in Western Australia has shot to fame thanks to a viral video which shows how a road is surfaced. The footage was shot by a drone which was purchased by the council with the…
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