Poticrete Makes Inroads on West Coast

When we last left the subject of poticrete a couple of months ago, it was New York City that found a use for crushed toilets as part of the recycled aggregates that was used in ready mixed concrete. Now, public works officials in the state of Washington have developed a specification that required the inclusion of recycled aggregate in concrete and that spec lead them to crushed ceramic toilets.

Source: June 7 article by Equipment World magazine, as included in the June 11 AGC SmartBrief e-newsletter. Read more.

*Correction - A NewsLinks item in last week's E-NEWS concerning the use of fly ash incorrectly stated that Hall County was in Kentucky. The location was Nebraska. E-NEWS regrets the error.

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