Mexican student creates self-repairing rubber pavement from recycled tyres

A rubber pavement made of recycled tyres combined with additives, that allow it to self-regenerate upon contact with water, has won Mexico’s James Dyson Award. The self-repairing or self-regenerating rubber pavement, invented by Mexican student Israel Antonio Briseño Carmona, offers a solution to the problem of rainwater damage to streets which results in potholes and cracks. Israel Antonio Briseño Carmona said: “Damage is caused by rain … Continue reading Mexican student creates self-repairing rubber pavement from recycled tyres