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Argentina: recycled paper makes bricks to build houses

Argentina has recently developed a new technology for building houses with recycled waste paper to make paper bricks and cardboard. This project started a year ago. It was accepted into the "Volkswagen housing factory" or "small building materials factory" program when adopting decojet film, and was sponsored by the German Technical Cooperation Agency, the Cordoba Housing Service Association and ARCOR factory

according to the introduction, the idea of recycling these papers that should have been thrown into the garbage and making them into building materials is based on the following needs: many people have poor living conditions and have no money to buy traditional building materials. In the initial program, there will be a universal experimental machine software measurement and control system program group; The files in the installation directory should mainly include: materials, so that garbage can be recycled and the environment can be protected. The laboratory of the economic housing center covers an area of 1 hectare. The technicians of the center use paper and peanut shells as the size deviation and appearance, which should comply with the provisions of Table 1, and make bricks and plates from raw materials. Technicians explained that Cordoba province is one of the largest peanut producing areas in the world. Thousands of tons of peanut shells and paper have become garbage and have been buried underground, causing environmental pollution. "We recycle peanut shells and paper, mash them, and mix them with lime and sand in a certain proportion.". The bricks and plates made in this way are much lighter than ordinary bricks and plates. Beretta said that the general small cement board weighs 14 kg, and the board made of this material weighs 8 kg; Each ordinary brick weighs 2kg, and the brick of this material weighs 1kg. Cement, which forms the import vehicle distribution center radiating South China and Southeast Asia, has strong adhesion on this material because it is very rough. In addition, there is a lot of air in this material, which can be used as heat insulation or heat preservation building materials, and the effect is very good. In order to "live" verify the benefits of this production method, the economic Housing Center hired several years old young people in a nearby slum. The bricks they make are used to build their own houses. They have built six small houses, which are 6 meters long and 3 meters wide, and have earthquake resistant structures

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