Explore the many ways plants inspire building materials and can reduce negative environmental and health impacts.
As architects search for building materials that minimize negative environmental and health impacts, products containing soy‑biobased materials provide some optimal solutions.Learn More
As compared with petroleum-based ingredients, products made using rapidly renewable soy have a better environmental footprint and contribute to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.Learn More
Good news for home owners, workers and U.S. soybean farmers
Soy-biobased asphalt restorer displaces petroleum and saves money for Ohio Department of Transportation
Environmental Consciousness Coupled with Creativity Put Soy Inside Seattle’s Bullitt Center and Carnegie Mellon’s School of Design.
In 2014, students at Medford Memorial Middle School in Medford, NJ began learning that soybeans, like the ones growing in local fields, are an ingredient in a variety of biobased products that benefit their environment.
Join premiere presentations and explore exciting ways plant-based materials contribute to sustainable design with Architects Go Sustainable. Architects can earn continuing education credits and see the cutting-edge, soy-biobased materials revolutionizing the landscape of sustainability.
All training is provided at no cost to the architects through support of the United Soybean Board and presenters.
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