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Posted by  Charmaine R Taylor on November 15, 2002 at 09:16:35:

In Reply to:  ArchWeek - Building with Papercrete posted by Kevin Matthews on November 13, 2002 at 17:26:53:

Nice article, but Mike McCain is MUCH MORE than a 'promoter' of papercrete, Mike is a real inventor, creating dozens of ways to handle this material, and he contiues to experiment and develop techniques.

Mike also produced a video, which I am helping him distribute, #9015 Introduction to Fibercrete) about making papercrete in various froms from "brownie" blocks to big slipform poured stack-like walls.

The cool thing about papercerete is that is is an IDEA..many other materials can be added or substituted..like sawdust, lime, EPS dust, chopped fibers like hemp and straw, etc.

I put a lot of links and resources about this material on a site- www.papercrete.com to provide free information to interested builders.

 
 
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