Contest Spotlights Four Innovative Sustainable Building Materials

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November 18, 2013
The first annual Cradle to Cradle Product Innovation Challenge heralds four innovative, sustainable building materials. Read Full Article
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  Ecovative's Mushroom Insulation is made from agricultural waste that is bound together with fungal mycelium, a naturally fire-resistant material that obviates the need for toxic flame retardants.  Courtesy of: Ecovative
    Ecovative's Mushroom Insulation is made from agricultural waste that is bound together with fungal mycelium, a naturally fire-resistant material that obviates the need for toxic flame retardants.

    Courtesy of: Ecovative

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  ECOR's durable E-Home construction panels are made from discarded paper, cardboard, agricultural fibers, and other so-called cellulose waste fiber, much of which would end up taking up valuable real estate in landfills.  Courtesy of: ECOR
    ECOR's durable E-Home construction panels are made from discarded paper, cardboard, agricultural fibers, and other so-called cellulose waste fiber, much of which would end up taking up valuable real estate in landfills.

    Courtesy of: ECOR

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  bioMASON developed a technology that uses bacteria to form a natural cement that binds aggregate into durable bricks.  Courtesy of: bioMASON
    bioMASON developed a technology that uses bacteria to form a natural cement that binds aggregate into durable bricks.

    Courtesy of: bioMASON

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  ROMA's Domus Mineral Paints are made from natural materials and are free of toxic chemicals and asthmagens.  Courtesy of: ROMA
    ROMA's Domus Mineral Paints are made from natural materials and are free of toxic chemicals and asthmagens.

    Courtesy of: ROMA

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