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Press Release 07-058
Follow the "Green" Brick Road?

Bricks made from coal-fired power plant waste pass safety test

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Researchers have created bricks from fly ash that look and perform like normal bricks.

Researchers have developed bricks that look and perform like normal bricks yet are crafted from fly ash, a waste produced by coal-fired power plants.

Credit: Henry Liu, FPC


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Henry Liu developed fly ash bricks, a potential "green" alternative to clay bricks.

Henry Liu led the development of fly ash bricks, a potential "green" alternative to clay bricks.

Credit: Henry Liu, FPC


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