Atlas Block Century Stone  All of Atlas Blocks concrete masonry units and veneers now contain as much as 30 percent post-consumer recycled glass. The glass comes from local recycling programs and helps products such as the Century Stone veneer (shown, in slate) contribute toward LEED credits. Atlas crushes the glass into a fine powder and refines it into lightweight pellets that expand and generate a fine-poured granulate, which the company then uses to produce its concrete mix. Century Stone is available in 16 color blends, including Baja, maple, and sandstone, and three texture options: classic, rock-face, and tumbled. Sizes include 3-, 6-, 9-, and 12-inch stone and brick blocks. atlasblock.com; 800.461.4380.

All of Atlas Block’s concrete masonry units and veneers now contain as much as 30 percent post-consumer recycled glass. The glass comes from local recycling programs and helps products such as the Century Stone veneer (shown, in slate) contribute toward LEED credits. Atlas crushes the glass into a fine powder and refines it into lightweight pellets that expand and generate a fine-poured granulate, which the company then uses to produce its concrete mix. Century Stone is available in 16 color blends, including Baja, maple, and sandstone, and three texture options: classic, rock-face, and tumbled. Sizes include 3-, 6-, 9-, and 12-inch stone and brick blocks. atlasblock.com; 800.461.4380.