More stories about Recycling

  • Mailhot ThinkGlass

    Featuring 25% recycled glass, the 100% recyclable LED-lit surfaces are available in 10 textrues.

  • Recycled Glass Products GlassMode

    Intended for use in countertops, floors, and wall and shower panels, these tiles contain, by volume, 80% locally sourced crushed glass or porcelain chips.

  • 100% Recyclable

    Attractive, green social housing is no illusion in this Spanish tower.

  • USF Contract Cork Décor

    The vinyl-backed Cork Décor flooring line contains no formaldehyde and has more than 85 percent recycled content.

  • CertainTeed Corp. Ecophon Master Solo S

    Manufactured from high-density fiberglass and featuring 75 percent recycled content, these ceiling panels offer 85 percent light reflectivity and 95 percent light diffusion.

  • Fireclay Tile Crush

    To make Crush, a 100-percent recycled glass tile, Fireclay collects raw waste glass from within 20 miles of the company’s San Jose, Calif., facility, and then crushes and processes that glass into new tile.

  • Pallas Textiles Science Matters

    Science Matters, designed by San Francisco-based designer Laura Guido Clark, draws inspiration from the juxtaposition between the geometry and linearity of biological structures in contrast to organic variations.

  • Composite or PVC: Which One is Best?

    Tell dealers a species or grade of wood and, more likely than not, they can envision exactly what you're talking about and detail its qualities. But then try asking them to explain what makes one brand's wood-plastic composite (WPC) or polyvinyl chloride (PVC) decking or trim different from...

  • Milliken Contract Southern Analog

    Southern Analog, a modular carpet collection from Milliken Contract, is produced in carbon-negative facilities and its yarn has 65 percent post-industrial recycled content.

  • Marazzi Archaeology

    Archaeology by Marazzi is a glazed porcelain tile with a travertine look and 21 percent pre-consumer recycled content.