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TESTS FOR THE APPROVAL OF SYSTEM BUILDING WITH PREFABRICATED ECO-BRICKS WITH WOOD PANEL FRAME

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The new ecological science classroom Official School Joint Urban Municipality of San Francisco Alto, Totonicapán, has 180 m2 and was built with 40,000 bricks Eco-600 ml, to the moment is the largest building made ​​with Eco-bricks, worldwide. The total cost of Q130, 000. Totonicapán MARN provided technical support and a Civil Engineer. Also planted 100 trees in the green areas and planned future recycle paper and earn revenue from their sale in order to have funds and finish construction.The workforce was taken by mothers and fathers!

Epes group of the University of San Carlos / Quetzaltenango 2010 - 2012 the careers of Architecture, Engineering and Agronomy emphasized a new variant of eco systems with Eco-brick building positioned horizontally.

Significant differences in relation to the constructive system Eco-vertical bricks are:

- Using most of the Ecobricks (more opportunity to deposit plastic cubic meters)
- Cement columns are wider and stronger more expensive)
- Does not use metal mesh (cost savings)

 


 

Action for Development Sustainable Integral "United for St. Bartholomew. "Formed by the municipality of San Bartolomé Jocotenango, the Coordination Municipal Literacy CONALFA, the Organization for the ODEC Community Development, Photosynthesis-Architecture + German Cooperative Recycling and opened on 4 July 2011, in the town hall of St. Bartholomew Jocotenango, Quiche, the campaign "Recycle to build a future better "after having run two components the project "Pollution Transforming Education" based on environmental education for the rescue of forests, rivers and sacred sites through recycling of plastic bottles and candy wrappers that have been causing pollution. In the opening event were recorded Eco 5.928 bricks that were made by 850 participating centers literacy that are mostly women who began their action from March 2, 2011.