In recent years, to give substance to our values, we have dedicated ourselves to research, development and implementation of “green” projects to create solutions focused on low environmental impact and specific consumption.
In fact, excavations and demolitions represent an important management item in the building expansion processes of cities (especially those in developing countries), in the construction of new subways and in the expansion of existing ones, in reclamation projects and of reorganization.
From these operations derive considerable quantities of waste materials which must then be treated and disposed of in an appropriate manner and in accordance with current regulations.
Moreover, other important industrial processes also produce waste such as sludge deriving from the production of paper, sludge deriving from the cleaning of river and lake beds, waste from the glass industry, waste and sludge from leather processing. .
All these wastes constitute a major problem of environmental pollution, which can however be significantly contained thanks to the use of modern industrial plants that provide for the recycling of these materials, in addition to clays, also to produce bricks.
The bricks currently produced with obsolete systems cause: high environmental pollution, high energy and raw material consumption, high incidence of transport costs, low product quality caused by stiff extrusion and internal combustion systems of the mixture (clamp type furnaces).
The bricks that can be produced using waste and at the same time respecting the environment are mainly thermal blocks and hollow bricks of various kinds.
Using state-of-the-art systems such as those proposed by us, the following results can be obtained:
- Low-density products (from 600 to 800 kg / m3) with the possibility of including poring additives in the clayey mixture
- Thermal and acoustic insulation in buildings
- High quality of products thanks to soft extrusion, with the possibility of producing parts with even complex geometries
- Low energy and raw material consumption. Lower incidence of transport costs
- Respect for the environment