Thermal Conductivity of Fired Clay Bricks Incorporated with Cigarette Butts

@inproceedings{Sarani2013ThermalCO,
  title={Thermal Conductivity of Fired Clay Bricks Incorporated with Cigarette Butts},
  author={Noor Amira Sarani and Aeslina Abdul Kadir},
  year={2013}
}
Billions of cigarette butts (CBs) were discarded by smokers directly into the environment. It is known that CBs are one of the environmental pollution that could caused contamination on the street, sidewalks, waterways, beaches and public areas. Due to its small size but large in volume, CBs cannot be collected easily and most of it will be disposed directly to the landfill. Moreover, there is no easy mechanism to ensure the separation of the chemicals trap inside the CBs which is toxic to the… CONTINUE READING

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