Daily Archives: January 25, 2013

Guest Post: Panning for Gold in Architectural Design

January 25th, 2013 | by GBE FACTS

Wire mesh has a surprisingly broad range of uses due to its adaptability in size and shape, with the same wire weave principle being used to sieve lumps from flour for your favourite cake, separate golden nuggets from sand, construct cages to protect the chickens from fantastic Mr Fox or providing large scale cladding on commercial buildings


Algae in Paris Revisited

January 25th, 2013 | by Glenn Meyers

On occasion we publish letters on Green Building Elements. In this case, Kstor, writing from France, is critical of the energy promises made by Ennesys and Origin Oil in a Jan. 11 post about growing algae on buildings using wastewater to then generate energy. In spite of real optimism to generate renewable energy using a sustainable infrastructure, the criticism here is articulate and should be carefully considered by those intrigued by the promise of algae



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