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Matériaux biosourcés
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IBio-sourced materials come from renewable organic materials and are made from plant matter such as straw, wood, flax, hemp, meadow grasses or animal components (wool, organic waste, etc.). As a raw material, they are widely used in architecture and in decoration for furniture and buildings.


Why use biobased materials?


The use of materials of biological origin contributes to the storage of carbon in the atmosphere and to the conservation of natural resources. This is why this kind of materials are more and more recommended during the construction or renovation of buildings.


Thus, in order to build for a long durability, it is better to use local, bio-sourced materials, with the least possible transformation.

Due to its environmental performance, biosourced materials allow:

    •    La Réduction des déchets _cc781905- 5cde-3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_through the reuse and recycling of materials and products, and the recycling of waste;
   •    La Conservation des ressources minérales et fossiles menacées d'épuisement. Indeed, these raw materials come from important renewable resources found throughout the territory 
   •    Réduire l'impact environnemental du secteur - la plupart des matériaux sont biodégradables and contribute to soil regeneration or the production of green energy.
Reducing energy consumption in buildings
Reduced energy bills;
Reducing the carbon footprint of buildings.
   •    Il est perméable à l'air, régule naturellement la température et résiste humidity;
   •    D'avoir de très bonnes propriétés hygrométriques, thermiques et acoustiques, améliorant thus the quality of life of the residents;


Since when do people use biobased materials?

Biosourced materials, i.e. wood, straw, wool, hemp, etc., have been used in construction for over 20 years.

Are constructions made of biosourced materials solid?

Just like concrete or cement construction, biosourced materials comply with the standard in force and are therefore solid and resistant. Of course, health first!

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