Recycled Tequila Waste Provides Construction Alternative Better than Wood

Recycled Tequila Waste Provides Construction Alternative Better than Wood

The Plastinova project helps make construction and tequila distillation considerably more sustainable

Jason Brick
  • 29 january 2015

Remember how in the 2000s a few companies became briefly famous, and a lot of parks got some new seating, because they figured out how to turn the plastic from milk and water bottles into benches? The Plastinova project has done something similar, but with materials that are much more fun to produce: the waste products of tequila manufacturing.

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