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Note on Rate Analysis of Fly Ash Bricks for Use in Public Construction
The note proposed an increase in the rates of fly ash bricks in the state Schedule of Rates. This would provide an incentive for entrepreneurs to set up more fly ash units in the state, while saving agricultural top soil.

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Note on Relaxation in Mining Royalty for Promotion of Cleaner Brick Production Technologies
The note proposed to consider 25% relaxation of mining royalty for adoption of cleaner brick production technologies.

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Note on Amendment in Mining Royalty Structure of the Government of Bihar
The note proposed the inclusion of new energy efficient and environment friendly brick production technologies in the mining royalty structure. The rates of royalty should be decided on the basis of production capacity and soil usage of the technology.

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Note on Procurement Policy for Fly Ash Bricks
The note proposed the compulsory use of fly ash bricks in government and private construction within a radius of 100 km from the thermal power plants.

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Policy Brief - Restructuring of mining royalty in Bihar for the promotion of Eco bricks
Weighing the social and developmental contributions of the brick sector and the tremendous growth in the brick sector, particularly in Bihar, this policy note seeks to promote the use of cleaner brick production technologies by relaxing mining taxes.

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Policy Brief - Accelerating clean and low carbon brick technology initiatives in the state of Bihar
The construction sector is regarded as the backbone of the economy. This growth calls for an increasing demand for bricks, both in rural and urban settings. This policy recommendation looks at the current scenario of the brick sector in Bihar and suggests relevant interventions for accelerating the uptake of resource and energy efficient technologieso

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