Bill Jones, a Modesto Junior College interior design student and owner of Living Space Designs in Modesto, displays a brick made of fly-ash, a byproduct of coal-fired power plants that often goes to waste. Using the ash to manufacture brick saves energy and expense without contributing to air pollution or global warming. (TED BENSON / THE MODESTO BEE)
Bill Jones, a Modesto Junior College interior design student and owner of Living Space Designs in Modesto, displays a brick made of fly-ash, a byproduct of coal-fired power plants that often goes to waste. Using the ash to manufacture brick saves energy and expense without contributing to air pollution or global warming. (TED BENSON / THE MODESTO BEE)
Bill Jones, a Modesto Junior College interior design student and owner of Living Space Designs in Modesto, displays a brick made of fly-ash, a byproduct of coal-fired power plants that often goes to waste. Using the ash to manufacture brick saves energy and expense without contributing to air pollution or global warming. (TED BENSON / THE MODESTO BEE)

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November 20, 2008 03:51 PM

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