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Nu-Rock Corporation SARL has developed a process of converting all major waste streams into Sand and Aggregate which is the same price as quarried material using Fly Ash Red mud, on ferrous slag’s and all steel mill waste. This same material can then be bound using the same waste stream to make any shaped building material or concrete up to 100 Mpa for half the price of Portland Cement concrete. The process is complete Carbon Neutral and absorbs CO2 to get the chemical reaction activated.
Maroun Rahme

It is a welcome development. Green construction standards will help make a better and sustainable future.

The more people become aware of our environment the more they will make every home eco-friendly. Green home, not just green houses should all have been built for re-usability.

This is an informative and interesting post for I think it is very useful and knowledgeable.

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