More stories about Recycling

  • Marazzi Archaeology

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

  • 3form LineUp

    LineUp, a striped pattern in the 100 Percent collection from 3form, offers architectural panels made from high-denisty polyethylene recycled bottles.

  • Ecologically Inspired

    Mimicking tidal flows, Living Machines offer energy-efficient systems to treat and reuse wastewater on site.

  • Product Review: Greywater Systems

    Nearly 50% of potable water delivered to American homes goes down the drains of sinks, showers, and washing machines. Here's how to put that "lightly used" water to work for a second time around.

  • Recycled-Content Tile From Arizona Tile

    Arizona Tile. The latest collections of natural stone and porcelain tile include EcoAlabaster, an Italian tile with more than 40% recycled content; Eclipse, a modern-styled Italian tile line (shown here in brown); and Bastoni Mosaics, which cover backsplashes, fireplaces, tub surrounds, showers...

  • Ecore Launches Redeux Material Take Back Program

    Old and remnant recycled rubber and cork products from Ecore will be eligible for reclamation and reuse.

  • FSC-Certified Recycled-Content Flooring From EcoTimber

    EcoTimber. Woven Poplar flooring is made from 100% FSC-certified recycled furniture scraps kiln-dried and cold-pressed with a hardening resin, and is free of added urea formaldehyde. The tongue-and-groove planks measure 3 7/8 inches wide by 72 7/8 inches long by 9/16 inch thick. Nail- and...

  • Layers of Evolution

    The Canadian redevelopment that transformed a historic brick factory into a multipurpose public space venue connects history and ecology.

  • Recycled-Content Decking From A.E.R.T.

    A.E.R.T. MoistureShield composite decking is made from 90% recycled materials, including pre-consumer kiln-dried oak mill waste, waste pallets, and construction debris. The plastics in the product include low- and high-density polyethylene from recycled milk jugs, grocery bags, detergent bottles...

  • Product Review: Carpet

    Evaluating carpet for green-built homes requires looking beyond the surface--to the fibers, backings, treatments, adhesives, and padding.