The non-fired eco bricks which are produced from industrial waste

Our non-fired eco brick is produced by materials made from industrial waste. To regenerate various kinds of industrial waste to a brick-like block by "non-firing", "no disposal", "no drainage" production, which are the low-environmental-load, recycled bricks.

Materials for non-fired eco bricks

City rubbish melted slug (general waste incineration melted slug)
Incinerates general home "burned rubbish" to stabilize (shut in) the harmful matter, which is melted at high temperature (melting) to vitrified slug (sandly).
Sewer sludge ash (feces, urine and other careless drainage waste ash)
There are two types of sewage which are the branch system and the confluence system. The branch system is the waste water, feces and urine from homes, and the confluence system is when the branch system waste and the rainwater that fell in the urban district flow together. The sludge ash is the sludge, after microbe processing, and incinerated to reduce capacity to minute powdered ash.
Waterworks sludge
beverage service water purification remaining earth
Coal ash < fly ash: FA>
coal thermal power burned ash
Glass cullet (pulverized glass, such as glass packing container)
Among the glass bottles which are disposed of, mainly from general homes, is glass which cannot be recycled < shattered bottles of import wine and bottles of cosmetics, are examples > these are ground into sand condsistency (the cullet).
Paper sludge ash <PS ash > (waste paper, recycling by-product ash)

During the processing of waste paper to make the recycled paper, the old ink and clay which is contained in the paper, is discharged as sludge. After chemical treatment, the capacity is decreased by incineration to minute powdered ash.

Minute silica sand < [kira] > (glass ceramics raw materials extraction process by-product )

The powdered sand which remains after extracting, from the minerals, the silica sand which become the raw material of glass and clay which make ceramics ( the mountain soil which becomes the raw materials)

Quarrying waste soil (remaining soil after extraction of gravel)
It is discharged in the extraction of mountain gravel and mountain sand. There are two manufacturing methods that discharge them, which are the wet process and the dry process. The wet process is the main discharger of waste.The the gravel and sand is washed and put through the filter press (the dehydrator) to eliminate clay sludge. (The stone dust which is discharged during the dry process can also be used)
Cupola slag slug (metal industrial waste)
This is the slug which is discharged from automobil parts factories. The slug is discharged by using the blast furnace, which is called the cupola, to discharge the pig iron (dissolved iron), which is melted with high temperatures to a mud condition that is removed directly in water, becoming sand condition.
Foundry sand or Cast-metal sand(metal industrial waste)
This is the fine sand which is used in order to form cast-metal.
Dam, lake and pond bottom mud (accumulation sludge)
This is the sludge which has sunk to the bottom of dams, lakes and ponds, containing the organic matter. Its state varies, depending on the surrounding environment.
Waste gypsum (pulverized gypsum board)
This is formed when gypsum board from constructive scrap is pulverized to white powder, to remove paper and rubber, etc and extract gypsum.
House manufacturer external wall material rubbish (cement type pulverization or sludge)
This is the waste produced when major residential manufacturers pulverize the external wall and edge materials from the demolition of the original residence, in order reuse materials of cement type etc.
Bentonite mud (civil engineering works scrap material)
This is the used mud of sealed construction and post construction bentonite (clay).
Volcanic ash
volcanic ash such as Mt. Usu and Fugen peak
Used pearlite
Incinerating pearlite, which is used as an absorbant, converts it to inorganic and makes it minute powder.
The slaked lime sludge
The slaked lime sludge which occurs at the time of carbide production.
Rock wool (silica calcium) waste
The waste of rock wool heat insulator used in furnace walls
Plastic waste, FRP pulverization
Construction site outbreak remaining soil
The remaining soil which occurs during construction works and civil engineering works
In addition, cinder, burning shell,inorganic characteristic sludge, dust, ore occasion, glass ceramic ware rubbish, plastic waste