Furniture makers' workshops around me seem to leave very large bags of fine sawdust out on the street every now and then, presumably for anyone who wants it. It never seems to be there long.
Thanks,In the us we don't have hemp fiber, but am wondering what else may be useful.CalleSent from my BlackBerry 10 smartphone on the Verizon Wireless 4G LTE network.
Here in Tasmania, we have sawmills that have literally MOUNTAINS of sawdust from the milling that they are happy to give away-it is eucalypt sawdust but i used it in my 'experimental concrete work' and it was ok- in fact, the concrete work i did 5 years ago still looks new though i wondered at the time if the eucalypt oils would interact poorly in the cement chemistry? ( such useful stuff, sawdust- brilliant for composting toilet system as well!) Otherwise try carpenters/joinery workshops- theirs is 'curlier' but would probably still work?What i would REALLY like to try is hemp fibre- so far can't source it here but i reckon hemp would be even better as no forests have to get cut down to produce it! I am living in hope of being able to buy 'animal bedding' hemp fibre but so far no joy there.On Tue, Mar 3, 2015 at 6:47 AM, email@example.com [papercreters] <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:Thanks now to find a good source of sawdust.CalleSent from my BlackBerry 10 smartphone on the Verizon Wireless 4G LTE network.
For timbercrete you use wood shavings instead of paper. In Australia they are building houses with timbercrete blocks.
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