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  • Crossville's Urban Renewal tile collection offers trim and accent pieces

    The collection's components are made of 50 percent post-consumer recycled content and offer the look of metal without the weight

  • Best-Laid Plans

    Scheduled for completion in 2011, NAU's Health and Learning Center is aiming for LEED Gold certification.

  • News Worthy

    The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication creates headlines of its own with a sustainable new structure.

  • Ceramic Tile Converts Pollution

    Ceracasa partners with Pantheon Floor Solutions to bring Bionictile to the U.S. market

  • Modular Marvel

    A winner in the Greenhouse category of the 2009 Evergreen Awards, LivingHomes prototype house aims for high-efficiency

  • Gerflor adds cork to vinyl

    Gerflor has begun adding cork to the back of its vinyl tile line, Saga2.

  • Tile Size Is Expanded

    Estrie, a division of American Biltrite Ltd., offers a new 18- by 18-inch tile in its Viera line. The new size carries the Viera line benefits and standards, including no PVCs or VOCs, a 12dB acoustic rating, and 20 color options.

  • Used Tile Recycling Introduced

    Crossville has developed a system of processing ceramic and porcelain tile back into powder used in manufacturing new tile.

  • Solé Power Tile From SRS Energy

    Solé Power Tile is the industry’s first building-integrated photovoltaic product designed specifically for curved-roof systems, the company says. The barrel-style tiles install alongside US Tile’s traditional clay tiles, blending seamlessly to allow for the collection of solar energy without...

  • Back to School

    California Often Establishes Environmental Policies that later are adopted by other states or the federal government.