This #1 Cool Building Initiative Needs Your Support

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Committing to the people in Haiti, who are still living in tents feels ah-mazing.

Seldom I have seen people so grateful with a small contribution. I’m honest. Slightly less than 10 dollars. For a lot of StartUps this is normal nowadays. This one not. Class!

The Mobile Factory transforms rubble into Lego building blocks. The blocks allow victims of war or natural disasters to construct their own new, earthquake proof houses, and rebuild the communities they lost. And they need your support. Today! 

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The stackable Q-Brixx have the same shape as Lego blocks. This shape ensures an exceedingly strong construction and eliminates the need for mortar. It also makes the building blocks less expensive and cuts down on construction time.

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Building a house in 1 day by 1 man

I can toast all of the sustainable initiatives all around the world and tell you about it every which way, but really… building a house with Q-Brixx in just one day by one man, has become my favorite.

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Children just click blocks together and make the most beautiful creatures with it

The surprising thing about it is that they use debris. And there is a lot of debris in this destroyed island.   

Debris is the perfect building material. The Mobile Factory transforms debris into new building blocks.

Do you know Lego blocks? Children just stack them and make the most beautiful creatures with it.

Do you recognize these lego blocks?

Stackable Q-Brixx have the same shape as Lego blocks.

  • This shape ensures an exceedingly strong construction
  • This shape eliminates the need for mortar
  • It also makes the building blocks less expensive
  • It cuts down weeks of construction time
  • Using debris is the best solution for the environment, especially in poor and destroyed countries like Haiti

The Mobile Factory Transforms Disaster Debris into Building Blocks for a New Life

January 2010 most of Haiti was destroyed by a earthquake that killed more than 230,000 people and made 1.3 million people homeless. The earthquake also reduced much of the capital and surrounding countryside into rubble. 5.5 years later, the 25 million tons hasn’t been cleaned up. This rubble is a real killer.It is destroying the environment and it is a health hazard for the people who are forced to live among it.

The good thing about rubble is

The rubble is the perfect raw material for building bricks. This startup invented a mobile bricks factory that can be shipped to Haiti.

Crushed rubble goes in at one end, is processed into liquid concrete, and comes out the other side as brand new concrete building blocks. The new blocks allow victims of natural disasters to construct their own new, safe and affordable, earthquake proof houses, schools, hospitals or business offices.

Passion, dedication, vision, and guts

Help to rebuild the communities Haiti lost.

Another day in the world.  We better make it a good one!

I read this on an airplane and cried. This is our new baby. Together we can build a safer and healthier world. Especially for the underprivileged. Join and share.

More about the ‘Lego’ houses in the manual. 

Do you want to support this great initiative? This is the link

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