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As we speak, a sea change towards greater sustainability is taking place within communities and businesses alike, particularly within the construction and real estate industries. As positive as this revolution is, agreeing on just what defines sustainable construction has proven to be a challenge.

One sustainability factor that many industry stakeholders can agree on is the importance of choosing the right materials. It is here that recycled tyre rubber really stands out from the crowd. Given its resistance to temperature variations and UV light and good insulation and drainage properties, in many ways, recycled tyre rubber is a first-rate construction material with good potential for contributing to sustainable spatial planning.

This page showcases architecture that makes use of recycled tyre rubber in creating unique and fascinating buildings.

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