Rutgers Materials Science and Engineering technology, led by Professor Tom Nosker, uses 100% recycled plastic waste to construct extremely strong materials for railway sleepers and bridges.
Rutgers Materials Science and Engineering technology, led by Professor Tom Nosker, used recycled plastic waste to construct an extremely strong bridge for the Army at Fort Bragg.
Interview with Professor Tom Nosker from the Advanced Polymer Materials School of Engineering at Rutgers University about his revolutionary plastic invention.
Sicut Enterprises visit Rutgers University with a Chinese Delegation to discuss Railway Sleepers made using the Rutgers and Polywood Technologies.
Railway bridges and sleepers/ties made using the Rutgers Technologies.
Pioneering and proven recycled plastic technology developed by Rutgers University.
Testing worlds first thermoplastic bridge developed by Rutgers University.