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Selling in Bio-Stalls / Sustainable Concept for Street vendors

Selling in Bio-Stalls
Selling in Bio-Stalls

To help economic recovery after isolation for epidemic by promoting sales and helping people without jobs, a possible strategy is to support street vendors. To develop sustainably, this concept of stalls made of biomaterial - bacteria cellulose - is created for recyclable and light- weight construction based on experimental research.

Following new properties are found in experimental research:
· Water-repellent when covered with Tung-oil (oil from trees)
· Light and hard panels composed of dried bacterial cellulose.
· Easily bleached and dyed
· Mortise and tenon joint structure

University

Beijing Institute of Technology

Beijing Institute of Technology
BIT
Beijing, China

Yuke Meng,
Beijing Institute of Technology