Concrete is a ubiquitous building material, but production of its cement component is said to contribute to carbon dioxide emissions. New Jersey-based Axion International could alleviate that problem. It has developed a building product from recycled hard plastic that does not "rust, splinter, crumble, rot, absorb moisture or leach toxic chemicals into the environment," and says it could someday replace concrete, steel and wood.

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