Technical - Brick Production

In an effort to continually improve the sustainability performance of the clay brick sector in South Africa, business cases have been developed to

The Clay Brick Association  has produced a user-friendly A4 leaflet for distribution to small-scale and informal sector clay brick production facil

Socio-economic sustainability concerns the parameters that affect people’s opportunities, now and in the future, to fulfil their potential as well

Essentially, ClickBricks are clay bricks that do not need to be connected by cement to create a stable wall.  Produced by Daas Baksteen, ClickBrick

Hydroseeding, also referred to as hydromulching, is a grass planting process.

Fuel switching is often considered an essential step in achieving a low-carbon future.

Rain water, storm water, grey water, ground water and water reclaimed from manufacturing processes can be treated and reused.

Unfired clay bricks were first used in Mesopotamia around the third millennium BC.

Improving the efficiency of water usage and water conservation practices within the clay brick sector will significantly contribute to the preserva

The Department of Environmental Affairs has set limits for the air pollutants that may be released from clamp kilns.

Recycling waste products by incorporating them into clay brick during production is a practical and environmentally- friendly solution - curbing th

The EECB facilitated a targeted Energy Systems Optimisation (ESO) Assessment at Algoa Brick as part of the National Cleaner Production Centre (NCPC

economical

Economical & Practical

energy savings

Energy Efficient & Sustainable

value

Desirable & Stylish