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Rain and roads do not along at all
"Every year, hundreds, maybe thousands of roads fall victim to natural disasters, be they floods, tsunamis or simply light rains that damage the structure and thus destroy everything in their way. Scientists around the world have tried for years to find an affordable solution, struggling to develop a technology that would be easy to implement, cheap and, more importantly, efficient. Among the results of their work, there’s also the so-called pervious concrete. If we have ..." Continue Reading →
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