Dutch students use Israeli technology to make recycled car

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The car is made out of recycled waste including food remnants, different kinds of plastic and even used diapers.

The Luca car made entirely from recycled waste (photo credit: BART VAN OVERBEEKE FOTOGRAFIE)

The Luca car made entirely from recycled waste

(photo credit: BART VAN OVERBEEKE FOTOGRAFIE)

Students from the city of Eindhoven in the Netherlands have created a car using recycled Israeli waste and Israeli UBQ Materials’ plastic replacement developed in Tze’elim in the south of Israel. The car, called Luca, is entirely made out of recycled garbage, and the students have requested a license for the car so that they can drive it around the Netherlands.

The car is made out of waste including food remnants, different kinds of plastic and even used diapers. The production method includes breaking down all materials to the molecular kevel and creating a new, environmentally friendly, plastic replacement.

“The car of the future that the students built shows the way that plastics of every variety can be replaced by environmentally friendly materials. The technology we developed knows how to recycle materials that are currently not recycled and wind up in dumps,” said CEO of UBQ Israel Tato Bigio.

Bigio went on to say that “organic waste also creates pollution for 20 years or more because of the continuous release of gas. That is why using recycled materials reduces greenhouse gas emissions.”

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