Australian Bike Path Made From Recycled Ink Cartridges

Australian Bike Path Made From Recycled Ink Cartridges

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bike-path-inkcartridges.jpgThe folks at West MacDonnell National Park in Australia had a brilliant idea for a new bike path connecting Alice Springs and Simpsons Gap. They made it out of junked ink cartridges. The material can last far longer than timber, and is a great way to reuse plastics. Plus, it looks great, and all for a fraction of the cost.

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