The U.S. government has announced that it will start making use of povid-pyridine (PPP) flooring that can withstand being blown apart by a small explosion.
The Pentagon announced in March that it was planning to use the flooring made from PVC to replace a similar type of reinforced concrete used by buildings in the Middle East.
However, since the Pentagon’s announcement last month, some countries have also taken a step toward using the material in building projects.
PPP has the advantage of being both inexpensive and non-toxic.
It is also durable, able to withstand extreme temperatures, such as those seen in a fire in China.
When it comes to the price, a unit of PPP cost just $1.00 a pound in the United States, while a pound of PVC costs $2.40 per pound.
PVC is also made in large quantities by a number of companies.
Many of the biggest names in the building industry are using PPP flooring, including some of the largest and most well-known names in construction.
Some countries have even started using the PPP-reinsulated concrete to make their own buildings.
But the biggest beneficiary of the new material is likely to be the U.K., where the government is spending billions of pounds of taxpayer money to build more and more of its own PPP buildings.
The British government has also promised to make the povids-pored concrete available to the public, and is offering a price cut to the average consumer.
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