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Brick Manufacturing From Water Treatment Sludge And Rice Husk Ash

@inproceedings{ElDin2012BrickMF,
  title={Brick Manufacturing From Water Treatment Sludge And Rice Husk Ash},
  author={Badr El-Din and E. Hegazy and H. Fouad and Ahmed M. Hassanain},
  year={2012}
}
For thousands of years, bricks have been made from clay. The water treatment plant sludge is extremely close to brick clay in chemical composition. So, the sludge could be a potential substitute for brick clay. The water treatment process generates a sludge that must be disposed of in an environmentally sound manner. The sludge generated in most of the treatment systems around the world is discharged into the nearest watercourse, which leads to accumulative rise of aluminum concentrations in… 

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