A town in India has a new way to deal with the waste made from plastics.
They are using the left-overs to patch roads.
The plastic acts as a sealant, which helps protect the road from the harsh rains that drench India from June throughout September.
The project also provides work to poor Indians.
It has been going on for a year and a half.
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