Plastic waste to be used to build roads

Friday, 26 November 2004, 08:00 Hrs
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NEW DELHI: The Delhi State Industrial Development Corp (DSIDC) plans to collaborate in a venture that will use plastic waste to construct roads in the Indian capital.

The proposed joint venture will combine state-of-the art road longevity technology with the city's compulsions for management of non-biodegradable plastic waste, DSIDC managing director Shri Jalaj Shrivastava said Friday.

DSIDC also proposes to set up a Business and Investment Forum as well as an environment-friendly 15-acre Ecological Park and a 200-acre Knowledge Park.

These are among the prestigious proposals the corporation has been pursuing with vigour, he said.

Source: IANS
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