BARRIERS TO SUSTAINABLE COMPOSITE POLES ADOPTION IN INFRASTRUCTURE
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Broniewicz, M., Broniewicz, E., Dec, K., & Lubas, S. (2021). BARRIERS TO SUSTAINABLE COMPOSITE POLES ADOPTION IN INFRASTRUCTURE . Ekonomia I Środowisko - Economics and Environment, 77(2), 12. Retrieved from https://www.ekonomiaisrodowisko.pl/journal/article/view/392

Abstract

Fibre-reinforced polymer (FRP) poles are, next to wooden poles, a more environmentally
friendly solution than traditional steel or concrete poles. In addition to having a lower negative impact on the environment, they are characterised by durability, resiliency, and corrosion resistance. But, unfortunately, the range of their use, both in Poland and around the world, is limited. In this paper, the authors try to identify the most important barriers to the wide use of FRP poles in infrastructure construction. They also propose some actions to change this unfavourable situation from the sustainable development point of view

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