B.io

This material development project succeeded in processing agricultural & Food waste into low-cost material bonded with Yeast, as they use organic compounds as a source of energy and do not require sunlight to grow.

Plant-based agricultural wastes provide natural fibres that are a sustainable resource for the production of building materials to achieve a reduction in construction costs, reducing dependence on imported, higher-cost alternatives.

Egg Shells

Pomegranate Peels

Dead plant

Garden Leaves waste

Tengerine Peels

Thick yellow leaves 

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Process part -1:
- Collecting and selecting different agricultural and food waste for material properties.
- Make them dry and brittle.
- Grind them together and use the liquid Yeast to mix well and make it moldable.
Process Part -2:
- Keep moulded material inside the light & airtight container or zip bag to maintain moisture for yeast growth and healthy re-production.
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Process Part-3:
- Drying in Sunlight to stop Yeast growth, once it covers whole material.
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