3 responses

  1. Enviro Engineer
    May 17, 2012

    Another terrible idea, this will be epically worse than lead paint. What happens when the paint peels off and ends up in the soil or how do you remove the paint? Can’t sand it off, the dust would be very toxic (for those who don’t know, cadmium and selenium are toxic to humans at very low doses). How about building reasonably sized homes that don’t waste energy instead?

    No more “tech-fixes”, just use common sense!


    • Student
      May 29, 2012

      Enviro Engineer makes a very good point about the paint being much worse then lead paint. Because of the toxicity I would assume that the people manufacturing the paint would have to take extreme measures to not be effected. Also what are the by products when making the paint that are going to harm the environment.


  2. keith
    June 26, 2012

    Adding on to the above point, nano-sized TiO2 have been proposed to be carcinogenic. The widespread use could contaminate the environment.


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