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Brick 2.0

During the current pandemic we came across a new challenge in the form of ppe pollution. According to report 129 billion face masks are being used and discarded every month. The crisis doesn't just stop there, the manufacturers of PPE are also facing issues with disposal of their PPE waste that is produced during the manufacturing process. The increasing production of such waste is becoming a huge burden for government and private waste management companies with only solution being incineration apart from landfilling. This is what we are here to address.

The solution to the above mentioned problem is converting in into special formulated bricks which can be used for walls in housing and all types of building construction and boundary walls.

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Salient Features :

  • Environment friendly and 100% Recyclable

  • Accurate dimensions and perfect surface for plastering.

  • Strong and Durable

  • Reduction in Mortar consumption

  • Energy efficient

  • Fire retardant and Pest Resistant

  • Natural Thermal Insulation and suitable for all weathers.

Size of the Product :


  • 300 x 200 x 75 mm

  • Custom sizing possible

Properties of product :

  • Compressive strength : 400 - 1200 kg/cm2

  • Unit weight : 2.0 - 2.5 kg/brick

  • Water Absorption : 10 - 15 %

  • Density : 450 - 800 kg/m3


Women at Micro Social Enterprise ecocenter , Balda learning to make bricks


Sanitized ppe kits are shredded and added to the mix.

Clay like material mix of paper mill waste being used to make different brick mix. The material is non toxic and easy to handle at this point of the process. 

The material being molded into bricks for use. these bricks once molded are left to naturally dry.

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