Coverings Etc. Introduces Verona Gem Eco-Terr

Coverings Etc. Verona Gem Eco-Terr

COVERINGS ETC announced its newest sustainable terrazzo color – Verona Gem. The product’s design is inspired by the city of Verona and its golden colors. The mix of warm and cool tones in the unique new tile makes it incredibly versatile and striking.

Eco-Terr® is a Future-Friendly™ natural product that enhances the aesthetic and mechanical characteristics of the high-quality materials from which it is made. Eco-Terr tiles and slabs come in an array of colors and aggregates that range from micro to ever-increasing larger formats. Eco-Terr is engineered from recycled portland cement and fly ash that has been saved from contaminated waterways. As well as rare recycled marble and granite chips from quarries long since closed. With no resins, no epoxys and zero VOCs, Eco-Terr supports non-microbial growth and improves air quality. Rectified and calibrated, Eco-Terr is easy to install and simple to maintain with a limitless life cycle.

“Verona Gem contains the classic Venetian terrazzo colors from the region, often found in piazzas and castles. This makes it one of the most classic terrazzo tiles in the collection,” said Ofer Mizrahi, founder of Coverings ETC.

Eco-Terr contains pre-consumer recycled content and may help contribute toward LEED® credits with USGBC project certification. Possible applications iclude: counters, flooring (R9-R12), exterior facades, furniture, outdoor terrace, pool, pavers, vanities, walls, and industrial design. It is stain-, frost-, chemical-, fire-resistant and material health-grade certified.

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1 Response

  1. The terrazzo look is hot this year, it opens up possibilities to recycle waste from engineered stone that ends up as landfill. Verona Gem should find a way to make this Eco-Terr® product resistant to acids so that you can use it as kitchen countertop.

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