EarthEnable

Social enterprise earthenable.org

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About us

EarthEnable is a new and quickly growing company in Rwanda that also has a social purpose. The company sells healthy and affordable floors to the 80% of Rwandans who can only afford to have a dirt floor in their home. Concrete floors have been shown to reduce disease and improve health but a concrete floor costs up to $450 (~300,000 RWF) for a 30 square meter home and usually crack quickly.

EarthEnable has invented an alternative floor that is 70% cheaper than concrete and that has 90% less embedded energy. EarthEnable’s floors are composed of natural materials (gravel, clay, sand) and are sealed with a special oil invented at Stanford University that forms a plastic-like seal on the floor, which makes it water-proof, hard, smooth, easy to clean, and polished. They are already prevalent in modern homes in the United States, and our company strives to become the leader in flooring in Rwanda.

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Contact information

Website(s):
earthenable.org

Address:
Kigali, Kigali, Rwanda

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