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Airfields could solve aggregates problem

Recycling disused airfields in the UK could potentially yield 9.5 million tonnes of concrete plus one million tonnes of asphalt planings.   Research funded by the Waste and Resources Action Programme (WRAP) and carried out by C4S ascertained that there are 688 inactive airfields in England; however, not all are suitable for recycling.   While some have been used as industrial parks, residential developments or leisure facilities, ...