Dubai pilots use of recycled rubber for roads

The Dubai government has begun a pilot project to use a mix of recycled rubber and asphalt for the first time on public roads.

The Ministry of Infrastructure Development will lead the two-month pilot in collaboration with French tyre maker Michelin. The project aligns with the UAE’s efforts to increase sustainability and build a national green road network.

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