Your old wine bottles may have found a new life in the streets of Canberra's newest suburb.
Roads in stage two of the Ginninderry suburb, Strathnairn, were completed this week and have been built from recycled products.
Plastic bags, glass bottles and toner from printer cartridges were just some of the products that went into paving the roads.
More than 4000 tonnes of recycled "reconophalt" was used in the build. It included plastics from more than 3 million bags and glass from 617,640 glass bottle equivalents.
The streets were unveiled by ACT Minister for Roads Chris Steel on Friday.
"Canberrans can expect that we will be using a lot more recycled material in infrastructure to put the circular economy in action," he said.
Ginninderry project director Steve Harding said the community was committed to a sustainable community of "international significance".
"We are always striving to employ practices, processes and systems that embody innovation and design excellence," he said.
"By utilising recycled asphalt in subdivision works, we can now deliver an ongoing sustainable solution for the extensive road network at Ginninderry and make a measurable difference to the environment that would otherwise end up in landfill.
"Downer, together with our partners Huon Contractors and Calibre Group have delivered a truly world-class outcome."