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Go GREEN on your next home improvement project April 18, 2008

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When performing your next home improvement project, think how you can help the environment.  Serious Materials has produced a GREEN commercial drywall dubbed EcoRock.  EcoRock’s main claim to fame is that it is gypsum-free.  Gypsum is a common drywall material used that is also a producer of carbon dioxide.  Check out http://money.cnn.com/galleries/2008/fortune/0804/gallery.great_green_ideas.fortune/7.html for more information. 

Cement production greatly adds to greenhouse gas emissions and is hard to recycle.  Hycrete CEO David Rosenberg says that his product sames contractors time and money.  Not to mention that it is again, environmentally friendly.  Check out http://money.cnn.com/galleries/2008/fortune/0804/gallery.great_green_ideas.fortune/9.html for more information.

Courtesy of CNN Money.

 

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