Which are the sustainable materials most widely used for construction?
Sustainable building materials: Timber is the material with the lowest environmental impact on its production and life cycle, and has to be certified so that we can be sure about its sustainable production and origin.
Isolation renewable materials: These are completely recyclable and compostable, such as cellulose, which can be derived from newspapers or paper that are discarded. They cannot generate wastes and must attain the highest efficiency when regulating the temperature.
Paints and wood treatments: These have to be natural with no substances harming the ozone layer and without solvents or any other chemical products.