Eco-friendly building material

Eco-friendly building material which can be used as a cement additive, adobe replacement, sculpting material.

Full Description:
The useability of the product itself can be sen in the pictures below. The product is already
being made, and the real selling point is that it's a 90% post-consumer recyled product.

It is very easy to make large batches, requires the use of many easily found products that are nothing more than other people's trash.

This product can potentially change the way we think about building products.

For example:
It has been used for building ovens- and is therefore fire-proof.
It has been used to build houses- and is therefore structurally sound.
It has been used as many different types of substrate for mosaics- and is works well in the hands, and is astheitically pleasing to the eye.
It is breathable- and can be used as a replacement for adobe.
It can be treated and worked much like cement, and can potentially be used to create a *replacement* for hardy-board, or hardy-plank siding which is usually fairly expensive, but is in high demand.
It is not toxic, and when it is in its raw form for long enough, it will degrade and plants will grow in to it. When it's stil in its raw WET form, worms enjoy crawling through it. (It is currently made outdoors, and sometimes worms will crawl through our strainers and start their way through the material.)

This is a very serious solution to post-consumer trash. It is a viable reason to get people more involved in recycling, serve as a potential saving grace to the ailing planet earth, and is in all seriousness very low-overhead with very, very high profitability margin.

Non-Disclosure Agreement:

Auxiliary products or services for sale:
Cuerrently sold at:
IMA (Institute of Mosaic Arts) Oakland, CA and directly distributed by Myles Blackwood.

Attached files:
nikau in taupo 002.jpg
darjit and boat 048.jpg
loras new camera 022.jpg

Asking price: [CONTACT SELLER]
Available for consultation? Yes

Invention #10034
Date posted: 2007-01-02

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