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Stackable concrete blocks made of residual concrete

Betonblock, 1841 HA Stompetoren, The Netherlands


Every concrete plant has to deal with concrete residue. The residue itself has no value and its removal costs time and money. However, when processed directly by using a concrete steel mold, it turns out that the product does get a sudden value. What one otherwise has to dispose of can now be processed to a useful and sellable product which creates a double advantage. No disposal costs and the finished concrete blocks even provide extra cash on.

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