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# 2020

Earth Tatva

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Using the byproduct of ceramic production to produce new usable materials

Earth Tatva is a unique material composition that reduces mining for natural resources by 60% through recycling of post-industrial fired ceramic waste.
As we know, archaeology is based on this fact that ceramic once-fired doesn't biodegrade for centuries. Thus, this project turns linear ceramic production into a closed-loop zero-waste manufacturing process, adhering to the principles of circular economy; while vacating landfills.
Essentially, doing more and better with less.
Directly supporting SDG-12.


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