By Charles Siegchrist
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2. Earth shelters in New Mexico, USA, are made from rammed earth and car tyres (see pages 48–49). 3. A zero-carbon house in Kent, UK, needs no fossil fuels for heating. Its vault shape gives it high thermal mass. Think about shapes We’ve become very used to houses being boxes. Why? The obvious reason is they’re easy to build. But for an object to have the smallest surface area – which will minimize heat loss – it should be spherical. SEDUM ROOFS Green roofs have been standard practice in many countries for thousands of years.
If you can aﬀord the more expensive, environmentally friendly insulation, that’s great. But if you are put oﬀ by the price, we would encourage you to get whatever you can aﬀord and install it as soon as you can. Any insulation is better than no insulation. Of all the eco-projects you can possibly undertake at home, insulating provides the best return and it will save you the most energy. 42 Insulation options Recycled materials that can be turned into insulation include plastic bottles spun into ﬂeece, recycled denim, newspaper waste, and sheep’s wool that is too coarse for knitting and weaving.
It’s slightly more problematic getting a kitchen ﬁtted, but that’s a minor issue. If you are truly starting with a blank piece of paper you can get as close to nature as you want. But, even if you are only considering building an energyeﬃcient extension, you can still explore all sorts of less popular materials – straw bales for example (see pages 50–51), car tyres, or an earth shelter (see pages 48–49). Then you can turn your attention to the interior of your home. One area where there is a readily available, eco-friendly choice, is paint.
Fertilizers for Free: Updated and Revised (Storey's Country Wisdom Bulletin A-203) by Charles Siegchrist