A SYSTEM for turning crushed and pulverized waste glass into powder with a particle size finer than 5mm has been developed by Japan's Garasu Resourcing Co, for use as an alternative construction material solidifying flimsy terrain in place of natural sand. The powdered glass cullet, says Garasu, features good water drainage qualities that are equal or better than this natural alternative. The company has also been conducting joint research with the contractor Japan Industrial Land Development Co, and Koa Development Co, a ...

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