Construction in the past has created vast amounts of waste: bad for the bottom-line and the planet. Over half of all landfill material is debris from building sites.
The built world of the future has to be clean. We must use methods that minimize waste, require less hauling to landfills, and use materials that are reusable and recyclable.

Wallabe Sustainability

At Wallabe sustainability is not an add-on, it’s incorporated into everything we do. The suppliers we work with, the materials we choose, the performance of the walls, the uses of our walls’ intelligence, the re-usability of our frames and their ultimate recyclability make Wallabe what it is: the most eco-friendly wall system on the planet. Let’s break it down:

Wall Frames:

  • Wallabe wall frames are made from recycled aluminum.
  • Less overall material in the wall means less use of valuable resources
  • Decades or centuries from now, these walls are recyclable again!


  • Factory-built creates significantly less waste than site-built construction.
  • No hauling of wall-related construction debris to a landfill from a Wallabe build site
  • Repurpose Wallabe walls again & again rather than landfilling conventional building materials after a renovation
  • Lightweight materials lower the carbon footprint of shipping


  • Customer may use whatever cladding material they desire to reduce waste/carbon footprint
  • Insulation matts are 100% post-consumer recycled materials
  • Remove/replace Wallabe cladding to access wall interiors rather than cut/discard drywall
  • Variable thickness of insulation in Wallabe walls can provide greater heat/energy retention than traditional 2x construction
  • Continuous insulation in Wallabe walls reduces energy loss compared to 2x construction


  • Power monitoring sensors will help users reduce power consumption
  • Detect water leaks and/or other problems early to avoid damage to the premises and the associated waste