Bahu Balli: The World’s First Longest Bamboo Crash Barrier Installed in Maharashtra, India

Bamboo crash barrier

The world’s first 200-meter-long bamboo crash barrier, named Bahu Balli, has been installed on the Vani-Warora Highway in Maharashtra, India.

It underwent rigorous testing at government-run institutions and was rated Class 1 during the Fire Rating Test. Accredited by the Indian Road Congress, the bamboo barrier offers an environmentally friendly alternative to steel, with a higher recycling value of 50-70%.

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It is a significant achievement for the bamboo sector, providing a rural and agriculture-friendly industry, and aligns with India’s Atma Nirbhar Bharat initiative. This milestone offers a sustainable solution to address environmental concerns associated with traditional steel barriers.

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