"The practice used this product at the Sands End Arts & Community Centre in Fulham, where it saved 28 tonnes of waste that would otherwise have gone to landfill. We are trying to make brick specification choices that reduce carbon, and fortunately more manufacturers are helping to support this." - Alex Ely, Mæ.
"We would love to use StoneCycling’s new BioBased Tile, which employs bacteria in the form of a binding agent to make the product three times stronger and 20 per cent lighter than concrete. It also has lower CO2 emissions than traditional cement." - Alex Ely, Mæ.