Watershed Materials’ New Building Block Uses Half the Concrete of a Conventional Masonry Block
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Watershed Materials produces beautiful and sustainable masonry blocks that use half the cement of traditional concrete blocks. Concrete has a giant carbon footprint yet concrete blocks are a ubiquitous building material used around the world. With support
Concrete has a giant carbon footprint yet concrete blocks are a ubiquitous building material used around the world. Watershed Materials has produced a new, beautiful and sustainable masonry block that uses half the cement of a traditional concrete block. And now, with support from the National Science Foundation, the company is researching the production of a durable, resilient block made with zero cement.
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