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Katie Zemtseff

Referred to this post here
http://www.djc.com/blogs/BuildingGreen/2008/06/24/the-best-green-products-of-2008-but-are-they-really-the-best/

ws

All interesting products. The first, CEB, or compressed earth blocks seems very interesting. Beaverton seems to have enough clay, for sure. It could be worth checking out the cost effectiveness of such a building material for our area. Cobb is a useful material too, but this CEB looks as though it might be more readily usable and appealing to people interested in a more conventional looking house than cobb seems to favor.

Martin Kolt

May we add that our company, Active Ventilation Products (roofvents.com) produces a self powered solar attic fan that has been approved for LEEDs points in New York State for energy efficient buildings. We also produce tubular skylights, skylight vents and other innovative products using renewable energy and recycled aluminum.

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