Why Eco Ceramics

The three colors of our brand represent the founding goal of Eco Ceramics. The gradient of Green, the primary color of our theme, portrays our most prioritized goal of promoting eco-friendliness, which ultimately leads to both our name and corporate campaigns.

The shade of Blue, speaks for our implementation of state-of-the-art technology that allows us to promise uniform, fine-tuned, and ultimately, high-quality ceramic bricks. And lastly, the touch of Purple characterizes our vision of making direct contributions to our national economy.



GPH Group

GPH Group, the parent company of Eco Ceramics Industries Limited, is one of the superior leaders in manufacturing steel with an aim to provide a super-strong future and economy in Bangladesh. GPH Group does not only produce structural bars but also manufactures low and medium carbon and low alloy steel billets in Bangladesh, the main ingredient of manufacturing graded steel bars.

As GPH is ensuring the highest quality products in Bangladesh as per various international and national standards, GPH steel billets and bars are getting exported to other countries after nourishing national demand. The introduction of GPH Group has all the potential to take Bangladesh quite a few steps forward to a stronger, brighter tomorrow.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the standard brick size?

The standard brick size followed by Eco Ceramics is in the European format of 9.5” × 4.5” × 2.75”. However, these exact dimensions are not followed by every brick manufacturer. This may vary by the technologies someone uses in their production facility.

What are the main ingredients of ceramic bricks?

Eco Ceramics primarily uses clay, shale and a lot of other minerals that are molded into their respective shapes and sizes. These involve firing or burning the brick at temperatures upto 1200°C. Before that, pieces of stones and chips are flattened by our roll crusher multiple times.

Why do some bricks have holes in them?

Bricks with holes or ‘Extruded’ bricks are manufactured with these holes to ensure that when they are fired, they cook evenly. The holes, up to 30% of material thickness, have no effect on the insulation or fire resistance of the brick (as confirmed by Australian Standards).

Can I reuse or recycle discarded bricks?

Yes. In fact, bricks are one of the few construction materials that can. The only circumstance where a brick might not be suitable for reuse is if that brick was not manufactured for a saline environment or wasn’t intended to be a ‘face’ brick.