Earthship in video: autonomous house of recycled materials

Video presentation of the "Earthship" houses

According to Ekopedia:

“The Earthships are homes invented by the American architect Mickael Reynolds in the 70s with the prospect of creating fully autonomous homes at a lower cost.

To achieve his goals, Mickael Reynolds relied on:
- material recovery (used tires, cans, glass bottles, wood scraps, etc.),
- energy production using solar panels, wind turbines or other renewable energy sources,
- orientation to the south,
- a massive insulating wall construction,
- recovery and purification of rainwater.

With the ultimate goal of Earthships being self-sufficiency, one can also find dry toilets, and other facilities, to recycle human waste to make the sewer connection unnecessary. "

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