Fuel for Free?
Waste Materials in Brick Making
|Preface | List of figures | List of photographs | List of tables List of boxes | Abbreviations and units|
|1: Small-scale brickmaking around the world|
|2: The environmental impact of using wastes|
|3: Fuel choice and the potential of wastes|
|4: Trials with coal-dust, coal-dust briquettes, waste oil, rice husks and sawdust in Peru|
|5: The use of cow-dung, bagasse and a variety of other agricultural residues in Sudan|
|6: Trials with boiler waste in Zimbabwe|
|7: The view from Europe|
|8: The feasibility, sustainability and viability of using wastes|
|Conclusion: what’s to be done?|
|Appendix | Photocopiable forms | Environmental impact of national projects | Energy monitoring form | References|
Kelvin Mason is a tutor on the MSc Architecture: Advanced Environmental and Energy Studies by distance learning at the Centre for Alternative Technology. Previously, he worked as a consultant engineer and manager on development projects in Africa, Latin America and Asia.