Good Bricks System


: by , a , has introduced responsible and sustainable in Nepal.

Using a proven technology, the leading South Korean says its bricks are stronger and last longer. With a $125,000 grant from ADB Ventures, the Asian Development ’s venture capital arm, the company aims to reduce the industry’s harmful impact on the environment and health.

An automated non-fired, eco-friendly, labour-friendly brick is manufactured with three components: Soil (90 per cent), (9.8 per cent) and soil stabiliser (0.2 per cent), the

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