Ispectrum Magazine Ispectrum Magazine #06 - Page 60

Prof. Joseph Davidovits visiting India in 2010, to expand research collaboration pany, Rockwool, a manufacturer of insulating material, has found a way to capture, recycle and re-use tons of waste generated from the manufacturing process, using a geopolymer to bind the waste into briquettes. The briquettes of geopolymer material are fed back into the furnace and made into fibers for Rockwool insulation. The plant has been running this geopolymer process since 2007, yet 59 the company made it public only in December 2011, 4 years later. But you are right in stating that no bridge has, so far, been built in geopolymer concrete.