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  • Recycled-Content Tile from Crossville

    This company has more than 18 tile products that meet the new SCS Green Squared third-party certification and the first of its kind post-consumer Tile Take-Back program.

  • Product Report: Cersaie 2012

    Highlights with a focus on sustainability from Cersaie 2012, Italy's international exhibiton of ceramic tile and bathroom furnishings.

  • Sustainability Standard Launched for Tile Industry

    ANSI-approved Green Squared program looks at a range of indicators.

  • Recycled-Content Tile from Daltile

    Daltile. Containing 30% pre- and post-consumer recycled material, the rustic-styled Heathland-glazed ceramic tile comes in six field tile colors, two mosaic blends, and with three decorative accents.

  • G.E.M. EuroLite Slate Recycled-Rubber Roofing

    Containing more than 75% recycled content, these tiles create the look of slate roofing as a price comparable to that of premium asphalt shingles.

  • Fireclay Tile Debris Series Recycled Tires

    Locally sourced, pre- and post-consumer waste is reused in handmade, ceramic tiles.

  • Mixology metal tile line

    The Mixology metal tile line replicates cast metal sculptural pieces with a minimum of 50% post-consumer recycled content as certified by Scientific Certification Systems.

  • Laticrete Glass Tile Adhesive

    This one-step polymer-fortified mortar for glass tile applications is Greenguard certified and can contribute to LEED points.

  • 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.

  • Marazzi Archaeology

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