Good news on the mushroom green materials from Ecovative front

April 26, 2011 § Leave a comment


green packaging, compostable car parts

Just want to quickly point this out: ecovative, the company that has developed the green packaging and insulation materials made using mushroom mycelia, and which I have already covered in a couple of blog posts, have made some significant steps to go into mainstream products.

First they have teamed up with « Read the rest of this entry »


Ecovative to focus on SIPs with greensulate core

October 14, 2009 § 2 Comments

Greensulate based SIPs

Remember my  previous article on Ecovative’s Greensulate product to replace polystyrene? You can check it to see what greensulate is. I then wrote another article on Structural Insulated Panels, SIPs, and expressed my wish to see greensulate be the insulation part in a SIP. I have just ran into a youtube video on how greensulate is made and at the end of the movie my prayers are answered. Hit the link to see the video. « Read the rest of this entry »

Greensulate, green insulation made of mushroom mycellium

January 24, 2009 § 17 Comments

Greensulate, mushroom put to work

In a world where expenses on heating houses are growing and sustainable issues of buildings loosing heat and thus requiring more energy, a dual major in mechanical engineering and product design, Eben Bayer, hopes to solve some of those growing issues — by growing… mushrooms.

Eben Bayer developed « Read the rest of this entry »

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