NCU proposes bauxite dirt for cement

NCU proposes bauxite dirt for cement

Sunday, February 23, 2020

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The use of red dirt from the bauxite extraction process to produce cement, which can be used to build roads is one of several research findings contained in a book presented by Northern Caribbean University Professor, Mark Harris (second left) to Prime Minister Andrew Holness (second right).

The book, titled, Confronting Global Climate Change: Experiments and Applications in the Tropics, is authored by Professor Harris with contributions from other NCU faculty members including Assistant Professor Dwight Rose (left). NCU President Dr Lincoln Edwards ) led the delegation that paid a courtesy call on the Prime Minister on Friday. (Photo: Nevi Bernard)

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