Martin Häberle from Söhnstetten and his company "Historische Baustoffe Ostalb" were recently featured in the SWR program "Made in Südwest".

For the series "Die Baustoff-Retter - Schätze unterm Schutt" (The building materials savers - treasures under the rubble), a camera team from Stuttgart's SWR accompanied him over many weeks, where he tells his story and passion for historic building materials in a 30-minute recording (episode no.302).

You can see the video in this article

In addition two large articles appeared in the Geislinger newspaper of 19.10.2022 and the Schwäbische newspaper from Gmünd of 10.11.2022. Both contributions can be viewed or downloaded as PDF files.

Geislinger Newspaper(in german)

Newspaper Schwaebisch Gmuend(in german)

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