This company is making construction materials from mushrooms and food waste

Panels made out of mycelium.

Circular economy practises help to heal the earth by re-using and recycling. Image: Biohm

Victoria Masterson
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image of one of Biohm’s mycelium insulation panels.
One of Biohm’s mycelium insulation panels. Image: Biohm
image of Biohm’s Orb, which is made from food and agri waste, such as orange peel
Biohm’s Orb, which is made from food and agri waste, such as orange peel. Image: Biohm
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