Adding aluminum waste could boost concrete's density, researchers say

06/17/2009 | CleanTechnica

Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have learned that adding a waste product from aluminum production may increase the density of concrete by 87%. The innovation could mean concrete structures could last longer and allow the industry to slow production of concrete, which would also ease global warming, observers say.

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