Mudcrete

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Mudcrete is a structural material (employed, for example, as a basecourse in road construction) made by mixing mud (usually marine mud) with sand and concrete/cement. It is used as a cheaper and more sustainable alternative to rock fill.[1] It is also used in such projects as land reclamation.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Upper Harbour Bridge Duplication & Causeway Widening - Innovate NZ, Brochure of the '2007 ACENZ Awards of Excellence', Page 19
  2. ^ New Zealand's biggest port project ramps up (Ports of Auckland website, Wednesday 3 November 2004. Retrieved 2007-09-26.)