In Nova Scotia, a prefab beach house makes history as the first-ever home built with PET core foam technology.

On a casual evening over beers, David Saulnier and Joel German were kicking around ideas for industry disruptors when they got hooked on the idea of building a home with recycled plastic bottles. The pair of Nova Scotians had experience working with composites—materials made from two or more items that, when combined, produces a material that’s typically superior than its individual components—and figured that if they were going to start a new business, they had a responsibility to help the environment as well.

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