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Re: GSBN:Re: Fire test
I simply have to vote with the "test the clay" group on this one. We do need
to leave cement behind wherever and as soon as possible, and I'm glad to hear
that voice in this debate.
In a message dated 4/30/2006 8:51:38 PM US Mountain Standard Time,
> Hi Bruce
> For my money at least on rig to test would be two string bales on the flat
> with 3 coat lime plater without mesh (exterior) and earth plaster inside -
> this to me is the best design environmentally we can give that will
> withstand a wide range of weather conditions.
> For strong environmental reasons we must reduce cement use in our buildings,
> and to do a test that will probably lock us into its use if we are relying
> on this test for consent purposes seems a really big backwards step to me.
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