Mobile Factory builds recycled houses for victims

Victims of war or natural disasters want their live back. Besides that, all people do want more. More space, more wealth and more food.

We need to do something. Let’s try the circular economy. We offer you a great recycling project called Happy Homes. 

Product innovation is much faster than system innovation. Let’s go for a durable and modular design. For mobility, housing and food. The result? Triple benefits:

  1. Carbon (when we go for circularity, our CO2 will lower from 68 to 17 in 2050)
  2. Jobs (the remanufacturing and recycling industries already account for about one million jobs in Europe and the US)
  3. Resources (our primary material consumption wil lower from 78 to 47 in 2050)

The economy needs a shifting demand to more labored modular design. This saves our carbon footprint.

On a global scale, the net savings from materials could reach $1 trillion a year.

Happy Homes from Debris

The Mobile Factory wants to help the people in Haiti, get rit of the debris and start building a new wealthy community. Let’s support them.

This project needs $400,000 USD to built safe houses transforming debris into buildings. 

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Want to know more?

  • The Mobile Factory fits into two shipping containers and can be sent anywhere in the world.
  • Rubble goes in at one end, is processed into liquid concrete, and eventually comes out the other side as brand new concrete building blocks
  • These are designed so that you simply need to stack them. Just like Lego
  • The new blocks allow victims of war or natural disasters to construct their own new, safe and affordable, earthquake proof houses, schools, hospitals or businesses.

In short, the Mobile Factory helps them rebuild the communities they lost.

It can happen everywhere in the world

The risk of displacement has doubled over the last 40 years. It can happen us to. Because of an earthquake, flooding, drought or war

  • In the Philippines, typhoon Haiyan alone displaced 4.1 million people
  • Seasonal floods  caused significant displacement in sub-Saharan Africa, most notably in Niger, Chad, Sudan and South Sudan – countries with highly vulnerable populations who are also affected by conflict and drought
  • Evacuation of residents from the surrounding area’s because of volcano’s
    • Indonesia 200,000 people
    • Costa Rica, unknown

Let’s start thinking circular and help.


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