how many metric tons of cement in a 40 ft container?

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1 part cement, 2 parts gravel, 3 parts sand. Mix it together and add water until looks like wet dough. level the area you wish to cement, put a heavy nylon sheet on the ground and put wood boards as limits (hold them firmly in place with metal sticks). put a wire mesh at about 2cm hight from the ...
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