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[greenyes] Fwd: New: Porous Asphalt, which can be recycled onsite
Apologies for Cross-Postings

Date: Fri, 13 Jun 2003 17:12:27 -0400
From: "Gunter Pauli" <pauli@no.address>
To: <gary@no.address>
Subject: ZERI in action

ZERI has succeeded in bringing about another revolutionary
technology.

Porous asphalt is a major breakthrough since it eliminates
aquaplaning

Now porous asphalt can be recycled onsite, so after scraping it off
it can be reconditioned on the spot and recover the road,
eliminating the landfill need, eliminating the transportation and
only 10% of the asphalt is needed instead of 100% ...

It is not zero emissions yet, but the separation and reconditioning
technology is such a breakthrough. Japan has now decided to
adopt the technology as a standard and the Italian government
has now decided to follow suit. The governments of both countries
will join forces to create a new world standard for asphalt which is
based on 100% recycling, and zero landfilling.
For More information: the person to contact is Dr. Fabio Pasquali
at <info@no.address>.

kindly
gunter
--
ZERI is uncompromising, yet self-evident
--

Gary Liss
916-652-7850
Fax: 916-652-0485





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