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Real, authentic Natural Hydraulic Limes from St. Astier, France in the USA.
Real, authentic Natural Hydraulic Limes from St. Astier, France in the USA.

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Hemp construction is quickly becoming more attainable and a leading choice for green building. Check out our page on hempcrete, hemp construction, and natural hydraulic lime. #hempcrete   #greenbuilding #naturalhydrauliclime  

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Saint Astier Natural Hydraulic Limes were used on the extensive restoration of the Pont du Gard in the Provence region of France. http://ow.ly/CsqlZ

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Saint Astier natural hydraulic limes have also been used in the restoration and maintenance of the Arc de Triomphe, one of Paris' most spectacular monuments. 

http://www.limes.us/arc-de-triomphe-paris-france/

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Have you seen our Pinterest page? Check it out for inspiration and examples for using Natural Hydraulic Lime in your next project. http://www.pinterest.com/transmineral/

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We hear the question "what is green building?" a lot. Ever find yourself wondering the same? Here's your chance to find out: http://bit.ly/1u0PTeQ

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Saint Astier Natural Hydraulic Limes have been used in the #restoration, #construction, and maintenance of the Louvre in Paris. 

http://www.limes.us/le-louvre-paris-france/

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Preserving Masada National Park in Israel has become a conservation challenge. Only St. Astier  National Hydraulic Limes have been deemed the most ideal for the ongoing preservation project.

http://www.limes.us/masada-national-park-israel/

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We've just added a new DVD to our collection. Masonry Repair - Lithomex demonstrates techniques and procedures for making masonry repair with Lithomex. http://www.limes.us/shop/surface-masonry-repair-lithomex/

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On May 3, the USGBC Redwood Empire Chapter is holding a seminar called "What Makes a Building Product "Green"? In addition to presentations by leading regional experts, the seminar will take a tour of this Sonoma County LEED Platinum home that features Saint-Astier Natural Hydraulic Lime on a strawbale structure.

http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07e96wyznb75bbb60b&llr=ptqbgzdab
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