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Thank you Luz for your fruitful participation,

An upcycling hub is an interesting scaling model ;yet, our work is slightly different.
We develop mass-producable solutions and then set the supply chain required to fabricate our designs. Our production capability is 200-300 pieces per month regarding tires-based furniture.

Thus,
1- we can cut down the solid wastes which are the components of our furniture.
2- Set up a complete ecosystem starting collecting raw materials, sorting, designing , fabricating, research then selling.


We believe that this scale up model is more environmentally effective.

Best,

Dear Jaci,

Here comes the role of our Research and development department especially chemists where we continue on developing coating layers especially made to color tires to last for years and totally insulate them from radiating any harmful radiations even when put in highest temperatures.

We will be glad to share further information about the process of treating, coating and insulating tires if you are willing to hear further details.

I've checked the website, I am really glad how Michael Reynolds could take it to a whole new level of building a community around building using his innovative designs.

We are pretty concentrating on functionality of every product on its own, which I believe can take us to a whole new level where people acquires our concept even if they are not educated about green.

I am really keen on pushing the limits of solid wastes and fine tuning them so that they fit to behave in outdoors, luxury households, hotels ...etc


I would love to thank you again on your insightful share and connection to sustainable building.