New technology could save as much as $1.3 trillion in the U.S. auto industry

By 2020, more than half of U.K. manufacturing could be moved to other countries, and that could have a dramatic impact on the U!s economy. 

A new system that recycles asphalt, paving, and other products made with recycled materials could save an estimated $1 trillion in 2020, according to a study published in the journal Environmental Research Letters. 

The system would be cheaper than traditional manufacturing methods, which are costly and time-consuming.

It would also allow the U to shift its reliance on imports and move toward cleaner energy sources like solar and wind.

The researchers also found that the new system could be more cost-effective than current methods.

“We believe that the most important implication of this research is the potential for this technology to be applied to other manufacturing processes and could potentially lead to the use of recycled materials in the future, especially in new industries,” lead author Daniel Wigley, an assistant professor at the University of Sussex, said in a statement. 

Researchers say they’ve been working on the technology for years and are now moving into its next phase, which is a commercial product.

The new system would only need to be tested on one sample and would be used in a variety of applications, including building, medical, and industrial applications. 

This would not be the first time the technology has been used for the automotive industry.

The first such use was a $2.8 million prototype that was used in the production of the Honda CR-V in 2014.

The research team, led by Dr. Matthew O’Reilly, a researcher at the Centre for Sustainable Energy and Industrial Engineering at Sussex University, also studied how the new technology could be applied in the manufacturing of concrete, which could then be reused for other uses.

The system is already in use in several countries, including China and Japan, where it is also being used for building materials.

It could also be used for other applications, such as cement and rubber, O’Connor said.

The new technology is still a work in progress, but it’s expected to be ready for market within five years, the researchers said.