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The recycling society: Ceramics: Fillers. Isolation materials. Kitchenware. Toilets and washbasins. (11/02/22 19:26:20)
    Pottery formed from clay and then fired are old technology. The ultimate quality, porcelain, is a sophisticated mix of select minerals (metal oxides and silicates) then fired.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Porcelain

    Lots of material goes into toilets. They have a useful working life, then they are replaced. So: can they be recycled, so as to preserve the precious materials that go into them?

    https://www.thinkingsustainably.com/is-porcelain-recyclable/
    https://recyclenation.com/2015/02/how-to-recycle-ceramic-and-porcelain-tiles/

    The answer is no. Some can be recycled as ceramic tiles; some go into unqualified uses like roadbuilding (instead of stone), but most go into landfills.

    So - how long will the kaolin resources last with this one-way system?
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The recycling society: Ceramics: Fillers. Isolation materials. Kitchenware. Toilets and washbasins.