N.J. tech company develops carbon-negative building material

11/9/2011 | Wall Street Daily

New Jersey-based Solidia Technologies has developed a platform to manufacture a building material that is tougher than concrete, made from recycled materials and carbon negative, using a process called Low Temperature Solidification. LTS blends -- at low temperature and pressure -- recycled waste materials, natural minerals and carbon dioxide. "As architects designing for a sustainable future, we are seeking new products that are not just qualitatively better, but radically address our carbon footprint. I believe Solidia Technologies has developed such a material," said Rick Cook, architect of New York City’s first LEED Platinum building.

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