Tenders Are Invited For Supply of Fire Clay
beds generally associated with coal seams are found in Mianwali, Sargodha and Attock districts.
It is mentioned that Pakistan has abundance of economically exploitable reserves of coal, rock salt, limestone and onyx marble, China clay, dolomite, fire clay
, gypsum, silica sand and granite as well as precious and semiprecious stones.
Danilo is an archaeological site near the coastal town of Sibenki, in Dalmatia, Croatia, and the rhyton found there is a four-legged Neolithic vessel made of fire clay
that most archaeologists agree was most likely a cult vessel used in rituals of unknown origin and content.
The clay at the site is believed to be fire clay
, which is used to make bricks.
During the week, prices of fire clay
went down by 19 per cent.
The application, by Dickinson Dees on behalf of Hall Construction, is for the extraction of up to 480,000 tonnes of high-quality coal and 100,000 tonnes of fire clay
over three years.
The statue was the gift of Sir William Haswell Stephenson, whose father founded a fire clay
and gas works in Throckley in Newcastle.
It has a wide range of minerals, including iron, aluminium, zinc, copper, arsenic, molybdenum, marble and fire clay