01 Jul '13, 8pm

Strawbale building blocks, inovative and environmentally friendly

Here is another example of strawbale building blocks, these ones are made by Oryzatech and are stacked much like "lego" with interlocking round plugs with a steel rod threaded through each hole for stability. This also allows electrical work and other cabling to be threaded through easily. Oryzatech make the blocks from rice straw the blocks are 30lb, and are made from 96% recycled material, can be cut with a saw. What do you guys think? Innovative and a development on the normal strawbale block we have seen with the new interlocking design.

Full article: http://www.jetsongreen.com/forum/forum/technology/product...

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