Archive August 2016
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Ecological Building Systems once again attended and ran an exhibition stand at the annual AECB conference, which was held at the University of East Anglia (UEA) on 15-16th July 2016. In the following article our latest Recruit Neil Turner gives a snapshot of the event and his highlights.
Masonry construction is still the most common method of building in Ireland & the UK. It is widely accepted that to attain optimum levels of airtightness in masonry construction the internal block must be plastered continuously with a suitable plaster layer. In order to limit air leakage, it is critical that the plaster on the inside of external walls is continuous and bonds to adjacent building elements continuously without gaps or cracks occurring.
Thermo Jute is a story about a genius idea to produce a modern high-performance insulation material from the robust jute fibre used for transport bags of high-quality food. But how is Ritter Sport involved? What is so positive about an annually renewable plant?