Earthquake Bricks in Haiti
TNM Starts Production

This week Thirst No More began operating the Auram Press 3000 that we shipped in from India. The hydraulic press produces interlocking bricks from dirt and earthquake rubble.

TNM's first building will be a church that will not only serve a a place of worship for the community but also a gathering point for many relief projects. Furthermore, the churches former building will be converted into a trade school to train orphans and people from the community with new skills for job placement. Read about our breakthrough construciton technology below.
TNM's Bricks Are Up To 40% Stronger Than Concrete Block

The Auram Press 3000 creates "compressed stabilized earth blocks" (CSEB). These blocks are up to 40% stronger than the traditional concrete block in Haiti. Additionally, the blocks are interlocking can be used with rebar like traditional blocks.

This technology has been utilized successfully and extensively in Pakistan, Iran, and India following
destructive earthquakes.

TNM's Bricks Are Approximately 20% Less Expensive

A truck load of high quality concrete block has been delivered to our work site for a team who is building a wall. They paid $0.77 each, including delivery. Our initial batch of blocks cost $0.62 each. As funding comes available, we will contract 50 truck loads (about $100 each) of dirt at a time which will drop our cost per block to approximately $0.40 each.
TNM's Bricks Are Good For The Community
There is no fire used in the production of TNM's bricks. This contributes to the amazing reduction of pollution that CSEB technology offers. 800% less pollution is good for any community! Additionally, TNM is creating jobs for local unemployed men at each of it's work sites. And of course the end result is quality, earthquake resistant homes for Haitian families.
Contact Information
Thirst No More
phone: 512-382-4318
PO Box 2290, Cedar Park, TX 78630
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As Cheap
As Dirt
Thirst No More needs to buy 50 truck loads of dirt at approximately $100 each. $5,000 will allow us to drastically reduce the cost per brick from $.62 to approximately $.40 each.

We are asking you to do two things today:
1) Buy a load of dirt.
2) Go to our Thirst No More's facebook page and re-post this article to your home page. Encourage your friends to join you in buying a truck load of dirt!

Give Dirt Here Just write "dirt" in the comment section and we will get your tuck load delivered!