Imagine Being Able to Turn Any Kind of Plastic Waste Into High-quality Concrete

Plazrok, the brainchild of New Zealand company Enviroplaz, is doing just that. Not only does Plazrock reduce plastic waste, this plastic-based product also removes the need for hillside mining — sustainability double-boom. Admittedly their website leaves a lot of questions at bay… Do you think this poses an issue to their ultimate success?

Thought Starter: Construction waste topped 48 billion metric tonnes in 2016, and over 220 million tonnes of plastic ended up in our landfills. In what other ways could ‘consumerism meets construction’ create genuine sustainability solutions?