Bike path made from ink cartridges

A newly opened bike path through an Australian National Park was made of “timbers” manufactured from recycled plastics.

According to Treehugger, “the 17km path and a new viewing platform were completed for just $130,000 thanks to the use of recycled materials.

(I don’t know where the recycled inkjet cartridge claim comes from (it’s not in the source article), but possibly they talked with somebody from Replas?)

Seen also at Good.Is: Australian Bike Path Uses Recycled Ink Cartridges.

One comment

  • June 14, 2010 - 10:33 pm | Permalink

    Definitely scratching my head on the ink cartridge claim as well … I was looking everywhere for it! Google wasn't a friend in need

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