Organic waste converted into designs that mitigate climate change.
A wall finishing material called CornWall is made from biomass derived from plants. The main source of it is the interiors of local corn cobs from Western Europe. This readily available organic waste is typically intended for burning as biomass, fermentation, or field retention. CornWall is a substitute for less environmentally friendly composite materials like HPL or ceramic wall cladding.
It is reusable and biodegradable.
CornWall holds more CO2 than is released during production because the CO2 that is collected by the biomass of the corn cobs during growth is not naturally burned or broken down, keeping it in reserve for a longer period of time. The product has no end-of-life waste because it is 100% recyclable or biodegradable. CornWall is not glued; instead, it comes with a demountable anchoring system. That way, if necessary, it can be taken out from inside.