Clay brick plays an important role in the circular economy. A long and impressive service life of 150 years, coupled with durability, adaptability and recyclability mean that clay brick enables and supports the design of buildings along circular economy principles. Quite simply, it can be used again and again. This helps remove waste that’s already been created and prevents it from being used in landfill in its later life.
Clay bricks are made from 100% natural resources, enabling them to be reused and recycled, enhancing circularity within the construction sector. By understanding the lasting impact of our design choices, we can reduce the carbon footprint over a building’s entire lifetime.