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Micro Recycled Eco-Composite Surface

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Meld USA, maker of ecoX, recently launched a new surface material called Micro, which is made with up to 74% pre-consumer recycled content in Raleigh, North Carolina.  The product, which can help contribute toward several LEED credits, is available in slabs of 30" x 96" x 1.5" or in over-sized custom slabs.  Micro can also be custom fabricated into a variety of applications. 

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Finding the Perfect Green Countertop

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These days, there's a nearly endless array of options on the market if you're looking for a stylish, green countertop.  Availability varies and transportation costs — in more ways than one — so you might stop by the local green building store to see what's being made locally.  You might see some of the products discussed below. 

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Recycled and Recyclable Surface Option

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I just noticed this translucent surface material on Inhabitat yesterday, and it looks interesting.  Bio-Glass is a Coverings Etc product that the company claims is both 100% recycled and recyclable.  Like many other products on the market, this one is made with recycled bottles.  However, according to Building Green, the product is made with either pre-consumer or post-consumer recycled content, or mixture of both, depending on the color. 

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Fuez Recycled Green Surface Option

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InFuez, Inc., the maker of Fuez solid slab surfaces, is being mentioned more and more these days (first noticed in the Portland SIPs House).  Fuez is made of low-carbon cement, curbside recycled glass, and a natural aggregate in a facility that’s 100% wind powered in Portland.  Fuez can contribute to up to 5 LEED credits and can be used as tiles, flooring, or countertops.  It’s a handsome product and pricing is competitive with, if not more affordable than, traditional stones and other recycled content products.

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Elements, a New Green Surface Option

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When it comes picking a green surface material, there's a lot out there to choose from.  And we're going to give you another option, Elements by Durcon.  Elements is made with 10% post-consumer recycled glass, an epoxy resin, and fine quartz.  Available in five main colors, Elements is non-porous and has inherent anti-fungal and anti-microbial characteristics.  The surface does not require sealing, and according to Durcon, it will not off-gas. 

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Eco by Cosentino Green Countertops

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Cosentino, the world’s largest maker of quartz, has just launched an eco-friendly countertop called ECO by Cosentino.  The new countertop is the embodiment of six million dollars of research over a three year period.  It’s available nationally through Lowe’s at a price of $68-$118, depending on thickness and color.  ECO contains 75% post-consumer and post-industrial recycled raw materials and 25% natural elements.

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