259 comments

  • Eva N.
    11/07/2018 01:34

    Brilliant !!! 👏👏👏 don't you agraid

  • Kurt M.
    11/06/2018 23:49

    That's nice, but only 8% recycled plastic? I thought it would be more.

  • Clive F.
    11/06/2018 20:35

    Asphalt disintegrates- if that's all that's binding the plastic fragments then this looks like a quick way of polluting the environment

  • Cj R.
    11/06/2018 19:31

    should be done HERE!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Jeremy E.
    11/06/2018 02:39

    Only problem is, the toxins in the plastic when being heated during the process and over the years in the hot sun

  • Shaun'Ta S.
    11/06/2018 01:44

    One question. What happens when the plastic starts to deteriorate. Isn't it just as bad for the environment as micro-plastics are?

  • Kimberley R.
    11/05/2018 21:51

    About time they did something right

  • John P.
    11/05/2018 21:41

    Very good idea

  • Haley H.
    11/05/2018 21:35

    Such a cool project! Idk just thought of you guys haha! 😁

  • Javier D.
    11/05/2018 20:23

    Does anybody know what kind of plastic is used in the mixture? Any one from 1 through 6 or is it a special mix?

  • James E.
    11/05/2018 20:13

    Not a bad idea even if only gives the world breathing space

  • Ariella C.
    11/05/2018 18:57

    great !

  • Jarae S.
    06/30/2018 01:45

    Acetic Mastin check it out

  • Jeremy H.
    06/01/2018 01:21

    I dunno about this. What happens in a hilly country with torrential rainfall? the plastic likely mixes in with the soil and unable to decompose

  • Huỳnh C.
    06/01/2018 00:29

    and makes more carbon footprint yay

  • سطاعلي أ.
    05/31/2018 23:37

    Arrouche Mohamed

  • M K.
    05/31/2018 14:11

    Good work

  • Carlos A.
    05/31/2018 04:35

    vaya, proyecto elementos 3

  • Priscila H.
    05/30/2018 20:34

    Os caras trabalhando de chinelos!!!! cadê o EPI dessa galera??

  • Rafael A.
    05/30/2018 17:31

    ¡Asombroso! Reciclan plástico para asfaltar carreteras...¡y los obreros en chancletas y sin protección! Lo primero debería ser reciclar plástico para fabricar botas, guantes y uniformes.