Yes, a company in Nova Scotia is building Net Zero homes from recycles plastic bottles.
A CBC article in 2019 introduced JD Composites to the whole country. And on The Current October 18, 2023, Matt Galloway interviewed one of the creators.
Photo from JD Composites. https://jdcomposites.ca/
The company is using patented structural insulated panels (SIPs) to make a foam core material which are extremely strong, energy-efficient and cost-effective. The homes are resistant to mold, can withstand hurricanes, and can be assembled in 14 hours.
They can make 900 homes a year.
Listen to the interview and get inspired!
The Current with Matt Galloway - Oct. 18, 2023: Building homes out of plastic bottles
"The Canadian company JD Composites is building homes out of recycled plastic bottles — and tests show they’re sturdy enough to withstand hurricane-force winds. We hear how that model might help places where the changing climate is making weather more extreme."