Building Technology: Houses Made of Landfill Leftovers

Would you live in a house made of rubbish? Landfill leftovers (or items headed that way) like industrial plastics and tubing, household heaps of broken televisions, appliances, plastics, etc., are now being recycled into a material stronger than concrete to make walls for housing construction. This relatively new technology enables engineers to create a building material called thermo-poly rock that is substantial, water-proof, durable, and very inexpensive. Amazing as it sounds, recycled trash is now taking us one step closer to an answer for affordable or replacement housing. Now that’s quite a treasure!

This is a guest post by Skaie Knox at DiggersList.com. DiggersList is a nation-wide online free home improvement classifieds that allows contractors, property owners, suppliers and DIY enthusiasts to buy, sell, trade or donate thousands of excess home improvement and construction materials.

One thought on “Building Technology: Houses Made of Landfill Leftovers

  1. I am very poor and disabled. I would lie to Know more about these rubbish homes

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