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Experimental Study of Waste Paper to Produce Environmental Eco- friendly Brick


Akhilesh Kushwaha , PIT; Prof. Vinay Kumar Singh Chandrakar, PIT; Dr. Gyanendra Singh, Director PGOI, Bhopal; Praveen Singh Tomar, hod pies


Paper Crete, Cellulose, Light Weight, Compressive Strength, Recycling, Cost


Another nature examine gauges the world has 3.04 trillion trees. Just about 4 billion trees worldwide is chopped during each time for making paper. The development business has been known as one of the biggest buyers of non-sustainable assets. Then again, more waste paper winds up in landfill or dump locales than those reused. The reason for this exploration is to decide the weight, compressive quality, water assimilation limit, imperviousness to fire, hardness and so on of paper Crete block by utilizing waste papers (daily papers, welcome cards, magazines and so forth.) keeping in mind the end goal to decide their bent for use as a building development material. While utilizing paper mash with bond and sand the heaviness of the block is roughly half lesser than the ordinary mud block. In this manner paper Crete blocks will diminish the dead weight of the structure to a noteworthy sum. So it changes our outline and building cost as in a prudent perspective.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV5I90039
Published in: Volume : 5, Issue : 9
Publication Date: 01/12/2017
Page(s): 172-177

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