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Concrete is most frequently used as a highly cohesive, waterproofing material. It is used extensively in buildings, roads, and industrial equipment. Today, concrete has achieved widespread acceptance as a primary building material due to its versatility, strength, light weight, and recyclability. It is considered one of the safer materials used today, with some products considered more resistant to natural disasters, physical attacks, fires, explosions, melting temperatures (if poured into a furnace or set on fire), and flooding.