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Re: GSBN:Chopped Straw as Ceiling Insulation
Not chopped straw, but rice hulls. The fire tests( un-written-up, my
appologies to Bruce) show them to be as flame retardent as borate treated
cellulose or better. I've heard rummors about R-value but seen no data.
sounds like a good grant opportunity to me.
to busy pushing the envelope to address and stamp it,
Joyce Coppinger writes:
or blow-in attic insulation is the question. Anyone hard of this before? If
so do you know a source for details or more information?
Joyce Coppinger, Managing Editor
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