Recycled bricks primed for production in Scotland after £1m funding boost

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The K-Briqs are soon set to go into commercial production | Credit: Kenoteq
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The K-Briqs are soon set to go into commercial production | Credit: Kenoteq

Kenoteq claims its K-Briqs, made from recycled construction and demolition waste, generate a fraction of the CO2 of regular bricks

Bricks made from recycled construction and demolition waste are set to go into commercial production in Scotland, after clean tech company Kenoteq secured £1m in funding to help scale-up manufacturing...

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