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Blog updates by Watershed Materials. Developments for sustainable new concrete block technology funded by the National Science Foundation.

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Watershed Materials Featured by National Science Foundation

We're thrilled and flattered to be featured on the website of the National Science Foundation's SBIR program as well as their Tumblr. The NSF funded Watershed Materials' research, both for a geopolymer replacement to Portland cement used in concrete masonry and for a new machine platform to produce low (or zero) cement masonry. We're thankful that our research based on their funding - in this case our first prototype block machine - has made it's way up to their website and Tumblr.

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Watershed Materials Awarded $740,000 from the National Science Foundation To Develop Durable Green Masonry Building Materials With Zero Cement

Watershed Materials is proud to announce that the company has been awarded a Phase II SBIR grant from the National Science Foundation to further develop and commercialize structural masonry with zero cement. The company successfully completed Phase I of the grant process earlier this year and looks forward to completing the research, development, and commercialization in Phase II.

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Watershed Materials is a Winner of the A+ Architizer Awards

Watershed Materials is honored and thrilled to be awarded the prestigious 2014 A+ Architizer Award, a highly esteemed architectural award with 60+ categories and over 200 judges. Watershed Materials was given the 2014 A+ Architizer Award for our product - the Watershed Block - a sustainable structural masonry product made with locally sourced recycled material and half the cement of a traditional concrete block.

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