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International Journal of Technology Enhancements and Emerging Engineering Research  
International Journal of Technology Enhancements and Emerging Engineering Research

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ISSN 2347-4289



CO2 Absorbing Concrete Block

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AUTHOR(S)

Balraj More, Pradeep Jadhav, Vicky Jadhav, Giridhar Narule, Shahid Mulani

 

KEYWORDS

Keywords: CO2 emission, Green House, Zeolite.

 

ABSTRACT

ABSTRACT: In order to serious climate change, deep reduction in CO2 emission will be required in coming decades.CO2 absorption is one of the key technology to control the global warming. Global warming is caused by sharply increased greenhouse gases emission by human activities. In building industry, CO2 emission mainly come from cement production. Capturing of CO2 from point source, from ambient air and reducing atmospheric CO2 concentration by using Zeolite powder and Zeolite sand. Concrete with Zeolite as a supplement material can absorb large quantity of CO2.Introducing Zeolite material into the concrete absorbs CO2 from the atmosphere hence it will be eco-friendly. Absorb CO2 and reduces the air pollution, Keep environment clean and full of oxygen.

 

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