Eco-friendly building material

A new eco-friendly building material that saves water and reduces the amount of debris in a building construction is the right material. This is the sort of sustainable and eco-friendly material that will help create green jobs, cheap housing and fast benefits to the wider society.

This building material created in Brazil promises to minimize the impacts generated by the construction industry worldwide. The alternative is equivalent to mortar and reduces the production of slag, use of water, lime and sand to build walls.

The Mass dundun is a glue used to fix the bricks and their application is more sustainable than the mortar, since the product does not generate waste, keeps clean and combat works wasting many resources that would become rubble.

Suitable for sealing walls built with various materials – like concrete, brick conventional ceramics and ecological brick, the product is a fluid that also promises to reduce the physical effort of workers retire and cement mixers.

Eco friendly building material
The creation won the “Innovation Award and Sustainability” held by CBIC (Brazilian Chamber of Construction Industry). According to a research carried out in the U.S., 50% of the planet’s natural resources are consumed by the construction industry, one of the most predatory development activities in the world.

According to the creators of Mass dundun, sustainable product is more efficient than conventional mortar and can be sold at half the price of the common option. As the application also requires less effort of the workers, the work can be finished up to three times faster than if it were being used the mortar.

On the website of the manufacturer, are more detailed product information, which was used in the construction of the South Courtyard Shopping Gávea, small shopping center made ​​from eco-friendly materials in Uberlândia, Minas Gerais.

For further information please check their website: http://www.massadundun.com.br/

Also on youtube: http://youtu.be/UkYAXJInalI

Unfortunately the information is all in Portuguese, but I am happy to translate if anybody is interesting.`

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