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towards zero industrial waste utilisation of brick dust

towards zero industrial waste utilisation of brick dust

Towards zero industrial waste: Utilisation of brick dust ...

Laboratory investigations were carried out to establish the potential utilisation of brick dust (BD) in construction. The dust is a waste material from the cutting of fired clay bricks. Currently, the disposal of the dust is a problem to the brick fabrication company, and hence an environmental poll

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Towards zero industrial waste: Utilisation of brick dust ...

Aug 01, 2011  Towards zero industrial waste: Utilisation of brick dust waste in sustainable construction ... and for the brick industry in particular, this would push the frontier towards zero industrial waste to unprecedented levels. ... from various parts of the UK are brought to this factory to be cut to the required shape and size giving rise to the ...

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Towards zero industrial waste: Utilisation of brick dust ...

The dust is a waste material from the cutting of fired clay bricks. Currently, the disposal of the dust is a problem to the brick fabrication company, and hence an environmental pollution concern. The dust was stabilised either used on its own or in combination with Pulverised Fuel Ash (PFA), a by-product material from coal combustion.

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Towards zero industrial waste: Utilisation of brick dust ...

Información del artículo Towards zero industrial waste: Utilisation of brick dust waste in sustainable construction

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Sustainability in construction industry through zero waste ...

Jan 01, 2021  Towards zero industrial waste: Utilisation of brick dust waste in sustainable construction Waste Mgm , 31 ( 2011 ) , pp. 1867 - 1878 Article Download PDF

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Sustainable brick made of dust and plastic waste ...

Jun 26, 2020  Rhino´s RD team found out that by mixing those two waste materials in a ratio of 20% (plastic) and 80% (sand dust), they start bonding. Further tests have shown that their brick is about two times stronger than a common red brick. It creates no waste, reduces CO2 emissions and makes use of a big amount of industrial waste material.

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Waste Management Vol 31, Issue 8, Pages 1671-1904 ...

select article Towards zero industrial waste: Utilisation of brick dust waste in sustainable construction. ... Towards zero industrial waste: Utilisation of brick dust waste in sustainable construction. J.M. Kinuthia, R.M. Nidzam. Pages 1867-1878 Download PDF.

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Towards zero industrial waste: Utilisation of brick dust ...

Información del artículo Towards zero industrial waste: Utilisation of brick dust waste in sustainable construction

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The development of unfired clay building material using ...

Dec 01, 2014  Towards zero industrial waste: utilization of brick dust waste in sustainable construction Waste Manag. , 31 ( 2011 ) , pp. 1867 - 1878 Article

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‪Dr. Mohamad Nidzam Rahmat‬ - ‪Google Scholar‬

Towards zero industrial waste: Utilisation of brick dust waste in sustainable construction. ... An analysis of the use of solidified industrial waste. MN Rahmat. Internet: hjnidz 66, 2001. 10: ... Properties of coal ash foamed brick stabilised with hydrated lime-activated ground granulated blastfurnace slag.

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Pollution prevention in the steel industry -- Toward a ...

Jun 01, 1997  OSTI.GOV Journal Article: Pollution prevention in the steel industry -- Toward a zero waste plant Title: Pollution prevention in the steel industry -- Toward a zero waste plant Full Record

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Moving towards Zero Waste Cost Savings – A Roadmap

Zero waste is a path that can lead to savings and profit. Zero waste does not actually mean “zero waste,” as some think. Instead it is a goal and en route to that goal, great change and value can be achieved. And, contractors can realize cost reductions by following this path. Zero waste in

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Stabilization of high-plasticity silt using waste brick ...

Nov 12, 2020  Hairulla Betaubun P (2016) The effect of using brick waste to the stabilization of soft soil due to the unconfined compression. J Basic Appl Sci Res 6(2):1–8. Google Scholar 3. Kinuthia JM, Nidzam RM (2011) Towards zero industrial waste: utilisation of brick dust waste in sustainable construction. Waste Manag 31(8):1867–1878.

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Development of Building Material from Geopolymerization of ...

The recycling and utilization of CDW would be a significant contribution to the environment and sustainable development towards the adoption of “zero waste” principle. One of the promising technologies to convert industrial waste into value added product is geopolymerization and it involves a chemical reaction between solid alumino-silicate ...

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A decision-support framework for industrial waste ...

Jun 01, 2021  1. Introduction. The iron and steel industry generates a significant amount of industrial waste as part of the manufacturing process [].In 2017, more than 400 million tons (Mt) of iron and steel slag (at a density ranging between 2.5 and 3.5 t/m 3) [] were produced globally [].Although steel is referred to as the world’s most recyclable material, flows demonstrate unsustainable operational ...

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Articles de revues : « Brick waste » – Grafiati

Kinuthia, J. M., et R. M. Nidzam. « Towards zero industrial waste: Utilisation of brick dust waste in sustainable construction ». Waste Management 31, n o 8 ... of white brick on the concrete mixture is very useful in terms of environmental insight aspects can reduce pollution of dust in the area where the white brick is produced. In addition ...

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Your Ultimate Guide to the Best Waste Packaging Options ...

This includes dust, powder, and other remnants of the waste. Airborne waste can float in the air, invading surrounding areas and even compromising the health and safety of workers. They require special airborne disposal waste tactics. Flexible waste solutions are designed to contain dust at every stage: generation, transport, and disposal.

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Questions and Answers US EPA

Questions and Answers. Submit a Comment. Each QA addresses a specific aspect of TRI reporting. There are a few options available to search the QAs, which may be used individually or in combination: Use the search box, note that you’ll receive results for any record containing the string that you typed (e.g., typing manufa will provide ...

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London Cooling - Dwell

Jan 23, 2009  A traditional windcatcher is a vertical void, like an air well, made from brick, stone, or other basic building materials. It cuts down through the center of a house, from the roof all the way to the basement. On each floor of the interior, the windcatcher has shuttered apertures that can be opened or closed as needed, depending on the season.

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100 Achievable Eco-Friendly Goals for Modern Families ...

Jan 09, 2020  I’m Jen, the author of Honestly Modern, an online space all about eco-friendly living for modern families. Check out more and explore climate action, zero waste living principles, regenerative gardening, and intersectional environmentalism, all through the lens of modern family life.

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Soil-cement bricks produced from local clay brick waste ...

Dec 01, 2020  Towards zero industrial waste: utilisation of brick dust waste in sustainable construction Waste Manag. , 31 ( 8 ) ( 2011 ) , pp. 1867 - 1878 Article Download PDF View Record in Scopus Google Scholar

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Nidzam RAHMAT Universiti Teknologi MARA, Shah Alam ...

Towards zero industrial waste: Utilisation of brick dust waste in sustainable construction. Article. ... Currently, the disposal of the dust is a problem to the brick fabrication company, and ...

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‪Dr. Mohamad Nidzam Rahmat‬ - ‪Google Scholar‬

Towards zero industrial waste: Utilisation of brick dust waste in sustainable construction. ... An analysis of the use of solidified industrial waste. MN Rahmat. Internet: hjnidz 66, 2001. 10: ... Properties of coal ash foamed brick stabilised with hydrated lime-activated ground granulated blastfurnace slag.

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Pollution prevention in the steel industry -- Toward a ...

Jun 01, 1997  OSTI.GOV Journal Article: Pollution prevention in the steel industry -- Toward a zero waste plant Title: Pollution prevention in the steel industry -- Toward a zero waste plant Full Record

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Effects of ground granulated blast furnace slag (GGBS) on ...

Towards zero industrial waste: Utilisation of brick dust waste in sustainable construction. Waste Management, Vol. 31, Issue. 8, p. 1867. CrossRef; Google Scholar; Rahmat, Mohamad Nidzam and Kinuthia, John Mungai 2011. Compaction of fills involving stabilisation of expansive soils. Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers ...

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Development of Building Material from Geopolymerization of ...

The recycling and utilization of CDW would be a significant contribution to the environment and sustainable development towards the adoption of “zero waste” principle. One of the promising technologies to convert industrial waste into value added product is geopolymerization and it involves a chemical reaction between solid alumino-silicate ...

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Use of ceramic waste powder for manufacturing durable and ...

Nov 04, 2019  Riaz et al. studied the effect of brick kiln dust (BKD) on bricks. They reported a 10% increase in porosity, 6% reduction in unit weight, 8% increase in water absorption, and zero-efflorescence by replacing 25% of clay by BKD. Ceramic industry generates a waste of about 15–30% of its total production (Rani 2016). Alone in India, 100 Million ...

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ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION AND PROBLEMS

household waste and of industrial wastes. They include ash, glass, peelings of fruit and vegetables, paper, clothes, plastics, rubber, leather, brick, sand, metal, waste from cattle shed, night soil and cow dung. Chemicals discharged into air, such as compounds of sulfur

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Assessing potential environmental impact and construction ...

Purpose The recovery of building materials and their reuse in new construction should be considered during the design stage of every new project. This study was conducted to quantify the potential environmental impacts and the economic feasibility of reusing waste material in new constructions with an applicable design solution. Methods Wall pieces reclaimed from the demolition debris of a ...

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A decision-support framework for industrial waste ...

Jun 01, 2021  1. Introduction. The iron and steel industry generates a significant amount of industrial waste as part of the manufacturing process [].In 2017, more than 400 million tons (Mt) of iron and steel slag (at a density ranging between 2.5 and 3.5 t/m 3) [] were produced globally [].Although steel is referred to as the world’s most recyclable material, flows demonstrate unsustainable operational ...

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Zero waste management of spent mushroom compost

May 21, 2021  Edible mushroom are grown commercially using lignocellulosic waste by applying a biological process. However after the harvesting season about 70% of the substrate remain as a spent mushroom compost (SMC). SMC can be the source for retrieving value-added products which support zero waste approach. In this paper, the fate of SMC from agricultural production will be discussed

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[PDF] Types of Waste for the Production of Pozzolanic ...

It is important to realize that the generation of wastes is an inherent part of productive systems. The quantities and characteristics of the waste generated depend on the technologies used by companies. Sometimes companies need to restructure their productive systems in order to treat the waste they generate and many times its elimination is not easy, especially in sectors where production ...

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Questions and Answers US EPA

Questions and Answers. Submit a Comment. Each QA addresses a specific aspect of TRI reporting. There are a few options available to search the QAs, which may be used individually or in combination: Use the search box, note that you’ll receive results for any record containing the string that you typed (e.g., typing manufa will provide ...

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Application of advanced technologies in managing wastes ...

Jan 01, 2021  Leather-processing technology has evolved naturally as a traditional practice to an industrial process. The leather manufacturing processes produce considerable quantum of solid, liquid, and gaseous wastes ().If managed correctly, waste can be a valuable resource (Ngoc and Schnitzer, 2009).For processing, one metric ton of rawhide, 200 kg of tanned leather, 200–250 kg of tanned leather waste ...

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