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Old 06-15-2011, 03:11 PM
jst171 jst171 is offline
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Question Student trying to learn a little

I'm a graduate student doing research on the landscaping industry.

I have a material, brown fiber board, which is quite strong and durable and I'm curious if anyone here believes there are some applications for it within the industry. Properties include:
  • strong enough for some structural work
  • long term biodegradable
  • environmentally friendly materials
  • available in a variety of shapes and sizes - currently offered in cylindrical drums or boxes
Any feedback you can provide as to desired properties, shapes, or ideas would be greatly appreciated.

Also, any problem areas that you struggle with in general, even if you don't think it applies would be very helpful.

Thanks!
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