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brick

feed compacted into a solid mass weighing up to 2 lb. Bricks provide an alternative to pellets and have the advantage that they have to be eaten slowly.
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He provided information on the set-up of the existing brick-making facility, the existing warehouse which is leased out, the landscape plan and the proposed additions at the front of the building and at the loading area on the north side.
It should be mentioned here that people belonging to brick-making industry in Faisalabad continued today their seven-day strike, warning to initiate long march from their city to Lahore on July 8 if their demands are not met.
Bruges's part in the history of brick-making will also be revealed.
Head of the Cyprus Employers and Industrialists Federation (OEV), Michalis Pilikos, yesterday gave as example brick manufacturers in the government-controlled areas who were obliged by EU regulations to use more environmentally-friendly fuel for brick-making.
The Danish Energy Agency and World Bank decided to offset those by helping Bangladesh replace 20 inefficient brick-making kilns with new ones that use half as much energy.
But sadly over the years, as the leisure time of the residents of this brick-making town changed, so numbers at services fell.
Within these topics the essays discuss a diverse range of subjects including architecture, Islamic art, gastronomy, brick-making, religion, letter-cutting, philosophy, law, sculpture, and language, maintaining the continued role of tradition and the dangers inherent in its denial.
The brick-making company, the country's largest producer of handmade bricks, racked up more than 23 per cent of Baggeridge shares during last year's takeover battle and at one stage entered into a pounds 16.
27m tonnes of coal and up to 500,000 tonnes of brick-making fireclay from a site near Tow Law, in County Durham.
ENERGY RESOURCE-20 November 2006-World's Largest Brick-Making Facility Using Landfill Gas to Fuel Operations(C)2006 JeraOne - http://www.
SciTech21-20 November 2006-Landfill Gas Will Fuel Operations at World's Largest Brick-Making Facility(C)2006 JeraOne - http://www.