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GreenField Recycled Glass Stone Offers Key Benefits

GreenField Recycled Glass Stone Products LLC, located in Dubuque, Iowa, offers a self-named, ecofriendly surfacing material made with 100 percent recycled glass combined in a proprietary cementitious mix. The company claims the final product “is more durable than quartz and offers more color combinations than granite.” In addition, slabs that match an...

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IceStone Adds PaperStone Surfaces to its Countertop Offerings

IceStone LLC, the Brooklyn-based manufacturer of recycled glass countertops is now the exclusive Northeast distributor of PaperStone™ composite surfaces. Made in the USA using 100 percent post-consumer recycled paper and PetroFree™ resin, PaperStone is a durable and versatile sustainable surfacing material. Paperstone is NSF-certified as safe for direct food contact when used...

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Vetrazzo Adds New ‘Coffee House’ Color of Recycled Glass Surfacing to Product Line

Vetrazzo, a manufacturer of surfacing material made from 85 percent post-consumer recycled glass added to portland cement, has a new surface color option, Coffee House. This environmentally-friendly product offering is suitable for use anywhere natural stone is used, such as countertops, tabletops, hearths/fireplace surrounds and architectural cladding. Pulling its design inspiration from...

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IceStone Releases Health Product Declaration for its Recycled Glass Surfaces

IceStone LLC released a health product declaration (HPD) for its line of recycled glass and cement surfaces. The HPD is a standardized reporting tool that discloses product ingredients, allowing specifiers and consumers to make informed buying decisions. Although the HPD program only began in 2012, the company’s commitment to openness and  healthy...

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Tesselle Offers Silicrete Recycled Glass and Concrete Tiles

Tesselle’s Silacrete tiles from 50 percent concrete and 50 percent recycled glass, now come in several finishes: printed designs, murals, photorealistic, solids and custom designs. Suitable for outdoor wall applications or indoor applications, such as backsplashes, countertops,  floors an walls, the digitally printed tiles allow designs with limitless colors, perfect registration and...

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Polycor Pierre Habitat Hardware Includes Recycled Materials

Polycor Inc.’s Pierre Habitat  brand of hardware uses materials from the manufacturing processes of Vetrazzo, a surfacing material that utilizes recycled glass, and Polycor. Raw materials, excess granite, marble, limestone and Vetrazzo recycled glass are combined to produce unique cabinet pulls and knobs. The collection includes 10 designs in eight metal finishes....