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Use of Coconut Waste and Glass Waste in Bricks

EasyChair Preprint no. 12103

6 pagesDate: February 14, 2024


All around the world, there has been a serious issue with the allocation of space for different types of garbage. Wastes include hazardous, e-waste, in-dustrial, municipal, commercial, chemical, and agricultural wastes, among others. Worldwide, brick is a commonly used building and construction material. Bricks are made from artificial trash (glass powder) and natural waste (coconut waste). For natural trash, soil is utilized as a list material. Reducing the amount of soil that contains both manmade and natural trash is the primary goal of the current investigation. The lightweight materials are made from coconut fibers.                                             Building bricks that help with solid waste management are made from coconut fibers, which would otherwise be landfilled. Much study has been done on the creation of bricks from waste material, both for environmental preservation and sustainable development.Since there is less soil in many places of the world, this waste is utilized to lower the volume of soil. The amount of soil used to create the bricks is decreased by using glass powder and coconut fibers with different soil compositions.

Keyphrases: Bricks, Coconut Fibber and Shell, compressive strength, Environmental friendly, glass powder, soil

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  author = {Shivam Patel and Vaibhav Nanda and Keyur Rohit and Pragnesh Bhalu and Vrajesh Patel},
  title = {Use of Coconut Waste and Glass Waste in Bricks},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 12103},

  year = {EasyChair, 2024}}
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