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eco friendly building in spain

so...bought the house in near ceuvas (almeria), now to get it up to some sort of eco friendly standard and add an extension and pool.

eco building products sourcing in spain
09 March 2010 @ 22:52

spain, it seems is a bit slow on the uptake of building to be eco freindly and carbon footprint aware. that is my first impression and sort of confirmed at the recent ecobuild exhibition @ Earls Court. Had a short chat to a spaniard on their stands and he confirmed i would need to buy the products in the UK, put them on a lorry and take them to spain. in a sense just the transport alone partly negates the carbon credentials.

there must be folks out there can tell me otherwise. ICF's and SIPS, GLULAM, METAL WEB JOISTS and stuff are on my agenda along with THERMALSTORES , UFH, SOLAR PANELS (spain has got those) and PV's.

if you are involved with this stuff you will recognise the acronyms. is anyone else interested in this and will i be looked upon favourably by the local mayor for my permissions?

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lee clegg said:
28 July 2013 @ 15:14

we are starting production of tyre logs,which are made from old tyres ,they can be used in all forms of construction they are earthquake resistant completly enviromently friendly uses are for wall structures such as walls for buildings ,river embankments,earth walls
no adhesives used just bolted together u can make bunkers basements etc without all the chemicals and bonding materials etc and is a great way to use up the excess tyres that are tipped all over the world that cant be gotten rid of

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