There are ecological advantages too. Digging up clay scars the land and mining equipment and machines release carbon emissions.
And as ironic as it may sound, crap bricks are actually cleaner and putting the dung to better use may help improve public hygiene in developing countries. In parts of Indonesia where cow dung from farming is abundant, rural communities may people to develop partnerships with local communities in need of building materials.
Experts call the bricks a feasible solution for rapidly emerging areas in Indonesia and other nations.