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Trains travelling through Melbourne will run on railway sleepers made from recycled plastic as part of an 18-month trial.
The "Duratrack" sleepers are made from a mix of polystyrene and agricultural waste, including cotton bale wrap and vineyard covers from across Australia.
The 200 recycled sleepers, installed near Richmond station on Monday, have a potential lifespan of 50 years, are half the cost of traditional timber sleepers and require less maintenance, the state government said on Monday.
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