Zeo Will Transform Waste Paper and Water Into a Material as Hard as Ebony

by , 08/21/13

Zeo transforms waste paper and water (and nothing else) into a patented molding material that sets as hard as ebony. The material, aptly called Zeoform, is expected to replace wood and wood composites, fiberglass and plastics in a host of everyday consumer items, industrial products and construction applications, cutting down on waste and conserving precious resources. The creators of Zeo will be launching a crowdfunding campaign at the Sydney EcoXpo on September the 20th called ‘One In A Million’. Learn more about their initiative here or watch their video above!

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  1. Emma Evans October 1, 2013 at 7:47 pm

    STOP!!! Zeoform will not be at EcoXpo in Sydney! The Zeoform Revolution will be launching in Los Angeles at Green Festival 19-20 October, join us here and online and make the world a better place!

  2. mischaman August 30, 2013 at 11:00 am

    Very interesting. Which glue can be used, for take some parts indestructible together?

    If the material (say doors etc.) in the subtropics, and outside – what will happens after 5 years?

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