Fly ash is a byproduct of burning coal in power plants and is typically considered as a waste material. It’s also a substitute for traditional building materials such as cement and sand. When used in the production of building blocks, fly ash can significantly reduce the amount of cement needed while also improving the overall quality of the blocks.
Fly ash-based blocks have been found to be environmentally friendly. By using fly ash, waste materials from power plants are effectively recycled and used in a new product, reducing the need for landfill space. In addition, the production of fly ash-based blocks requires less energy compared to traditional building materials, further reducing the environmental impact of construction.
Overall, the use of fly ash in the production of building blocks has shown great potential as a sustainable and cost-effective building material.
We are now using the Block Chain to tokenize manufacturing using Alternative Building Materials that are clean and friendly to the environment.
HEMP – Regenerative – Sustainable
Hemp loves carbon.
Excellent carbon sequestration One acre of industrial hemp can absorb about 15 tonnes of CO2. Hemp’s rapid growth makes it one of the fastest CO2-to-biomass conversion tools available. It’s more efficient than agro- forestry.