Posted on October 13th, 2014
HYT recently commissioned an analysis of the costs of using its compressed earth technology (ISSB) from leading UK Quantity Surveyor, Gardiner and Theobald. The good news is that in a piece of independent research G and T conclude that HYT’s use of the carbon-saving building technology, is money-saving too!
A minimum of 10% and sometimes more than 30% savings can be achieved using ISSB in building rainwater harvesting tanks, school buildings and low cost houses, rather than traditional fired bricks or plastic (for water tanks)
We are delighted that not only does HYT’s innovative building technology preserve the environment, it is also good for the bank balance!