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San Antonio Sustainable Living Monthly Meeting

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  • Stephen C.

    You have an opportunity to learn about a great building material whose time has come at last. I'm talking about Greenstar BLOX. These are structural building blocks made from 65% recycled cellulose, 20% cementitious binder, and 15% water and organic additives. Kent and Zach Rabon have been making these blocks in Mason, Texas (northwest of Fredericksburg) for years and have recently been tested for fire and tornado resistance and passing both tests easily. I remember when they were making the blocks using an old concrete batch plant, but now they have an indoor automated production facility making blocks in two basic shapes and sizes. You can find quite a bit of information on their webpage

    1 · February 22, 2014

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