Domestic Home Insulation With Cellulose


Postby GaiaUser_SEP_16 » Tue Feb 21, 2017 6:03 pm

Hello! I came to present an idea, and I wanted to know if it seems interesting and if it could be carried out. It would consist of recycling textbooks that are no longer used or used for economic insulation for homes. Over the years tons of textbooks pile up, and how best to reuse it in our own homes? The recycled paper contains an element called cellulose that helps this material to become an excellent thermal and acoustic insulation. This can become a technique of natural and sustainable isolation for the environment, without works and flexible for all types of spaces.
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