Concrete is one of the most using material in the world. It is used as Infrastructure development...
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by Engineerjaykumar |
December 13, 2019 17:24 |
Concrete is one of the most using material in the world. It is used as Infrastructure development, building construction, canal lyning, bridge construction, pavement etc. but concrete has also a adverse effect on human health.
I heard an earth-building expert say that if concrete were a nation, it would be the third most greenhouse-gas-producing nation in the world (after USA and China).
The expert view is so interesting.
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Cement or concrete won't effect you that much if you aren't that closer
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