Carbon fiber waste used to improve water-draining concrete

Although the production of carbon fiber goods may be steadily increasing, recycling the material still remains challenging. Thanks to research being conducted at Washington State University, however, it may soon be possible to grind up carbon fiber waste and use it in new-and-improved pervious concrete…
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Carbon Fiber

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Washington State University

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