|FAAY – The Ecological Wall|
|Faay walls are made of Flax waste. The stable core of a Faay wall is composed of natural material. User-friendly materials such as plaster boards can be added to the flax walls. The result is a stable separating wall made of natural raw materials which can be mounted easily and quickly within a well-designed system.
Flax grows thrives in the clay soils of the Netherlands, Belgium, and Northern France.When industrially processed, the fiber of the annual with white or blue flowers is separated from its stem in a mechanical process.Traditionally, the fibers are used in the textile industry; however, the long fibers are now also used to make insulation for the construction industry. The paper industry uses the short fibers.The seeds are used for sowing or to make flaxseed oil. The oil, in turn, is used for making soap, ink and linoleum.Stems and roots remain. This “flax waste” is used in the production of the flax waste boards and which form the core of the Faay walls.Thus 100% of the flax plant can be processed.Read more about the smart FAAY products.
In Sweden and Norway FAAY walls are marketed and sold by Thegoodpeople AB.