Delsur S.S. seeks to develop ecological bricks, plates and roofing sheets from post-consumer packaging.
The construction industry remains to negatively impact our environment on various levels. Whether it is due to the large amounts of emissions it generates, the disposal of construction waste or any other of the issues linked with its practices, there is a growing incentive towards finding new sustainable solutions. The market in this field is growing and Delsur S.S. wants to be a part of this movement.
Delsur S.S. aims to build a house that is 50% more thermal than a house with traditional construction by developing thermal and ecological bricks, plates and roofing sheets. Thanks to this innovation, the house built will have improved energy consumption and contribute to the betterment of the environment. Their sourcing of raw materials comes from post-consumer packagings such as recycled pp from bricks or poly aluminium from veneers.
Their project helps to solve the housing problem with the main benefits being the speed of work, savings in labour and wet materials. Even more, this business model can be applied to both a family home and large-scale construction.