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1.Technical textiles for the construction industry are highly versatile

Can be used for roofing, building protection, waterproofing and acoustics

2.Road Ministry to use plastic for NH construction

Portions of the Delhi-Meerut Expressway and Gurugram-Sohna road also planned for construction using plastic waste


Sirca Paints India has launched its Super Chrome Finish Coating in India. The product, which can be applied on leather, metal, plastic, glass and wood surfaces, produces a chrome-like finish with a reflection of up to 90 per cent.

4.Cement sector picks up pace in fight against plastic

Presently, out of 238 cement factories across India, only 46 plants have explored the idea of utilising plastic debris for fuelling purposes.

5. Jharkhand cement factories adopt plastic waste as fuel

In tune to India’s vision of becoming a plastic-free country, cement industries in Jharkhand are set to process plastic waste to generate fuel for the plants' working.

6.Road Ministry to use plastic for NH construction

The Ministry of Road Transport & Highways (MORTH) is encouraging the use of waste plastic in highway construction, especially on National Highways (NH) within a 50-km periphery of urban areas with a population of 0.5 million or more.


Technical textiles for the construction industry are highly versatile and can be used for roofing solutions, building protection, waterproofing and acoustic properties inside buildings.

8.Projects worth Rs.200 bn initiated in Mumbai

Prime Minister Narendra Modi initiated projects worth Rs.200 bn for Mumbai and urged people to avoid throwing plastic and other waste into the sea.

9.How can the construction industry support plastic ban by reusing plastic waste?

In tune to the notification issued by the Government of Maharashtra, the GVK run, Mumbai International Airport announced its decision to ban plastic and put forth the guidelines for the ban which came into action on October 2.

10.Odisha Government approves seven investment proposals worth Rs.10.36 bn

The Odisha Government has approved seven investment proposals worth Rs.10.36 bn, which will create employment opportunities for 2,778 people.