Sahara Green Bricks Ltd. is planning improve Kiln Efficiency in the Brick Making Industry in Bangladesh" [most advanced "Tunnel Kiln Project with Artificial Drying Facilities" is to construct new low energy consuming kilns to significantly reduce emission of Carbon dioxide gas (CO2) and other local pollutants that are generated by the traditional brick kilns of the country. At present, brick making is a highly energy-intensive and carbon-emitting activity. It is one of the largest sources of greenhouse gas emissions in the country, which is estimated to be in the order of 8.75 million tons of CO2 annually. By employing the technology embodied in the environmental friendly Tunnel Kiln Project (latest and most modern technology in Bangladesh) on a wide scale, the project also aims at bringing in sustainable changes in the production technology of the brick industry in Bangladesh.

We are going to construct new energy efficient kilns, with a capacity of 120,000 bricks per day and brick field will generate 50% less emission than traditional brick fields. This kilns in will produce04 million high quality bricks per annum and are expected to reduce emissions of CO2 in Bangladesh by approximately 15,000 ton per annum.

In addition to greenhouse gas emissions reduction, the project helps to meet a number of sustainable development objectives, such as transformation of the footloose brick industry in Bangladesh into an energy efficient brick making industry, creation of permanent round the year employment for the migratory brick workers, reducing agricultural land degradation, preventing illegal hill cutting etc.