Michelle Maher's stoneware (cone 8) paper clay recipe inspired by Henry Pim's demo at International Ceramics Festival 2005. 2 parts crank clay body : 1 part paper pulp (I use 3 ply toilet roll) + 1 ml pure tea tree oil for each toilet roll used - slows down rotting! I get up to 6 months from a batch. I've been using this recipe for 10 yrs, firing to 1260 C and it's a fantastic clay body - very plastic, light, glazes well - but you must VENTILATE YOUR KILN CORRECTLY!! www.ceramicforms.com
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#geoubcsic Valorization of sludge from a wastewater treatment plant by glass-ceramic production. Tarrago, M; Garcia-Valles, M; Aly, MH; Martinez, S. CERAMICS INTERNATIONAL, v.43(1):930-937 . The study of the nucleation and crystal growth of a glass made from sewage sludge is the base for the production of a new glass-ceramic material to render the potentially harmful elements of the sludge inert. Two mineral phases crystallize during thermal treatments of sludge glass...
Rotten an Igcses coursework submission by Jennifer Ban studying at Mutiara International Grammar School. Her work is a combination of photography, drawing, painting, typography, time based installation and collage.