With natural disasters continuing to make to make headlines the world over, there’s understandably an intensified focus on doing whatever possible to mitigate the often disastrous effects of mother nature’s fury.

With that in mind, recent findings by researchers at the University of British Columbia regarding the development of an eco-friendly concrete that flexes to help buildings withstand the destructive effects of earthquakes is welcome news indeed.

Read about what’s happening at UBC and how this new type of sprayable concrete known as EDDC, is fast becoming a highly sought-after retrofit option in Canada and beyond!

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