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Use of a volcanic ash as cement and prepare it in as a pre-fabricated wall panels, beams, columns and slabs. This will make construction easier and faster, with quality control of fabrication as the pre-fabricated concrete (walls, beams, columns and slabs) will undergo high temperature steam curing. The method is ideal especially in Papua New Guinea were use of concrete is just starting.
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