There are so many great green alternatives to traditional countertops nowadays. Many are more cost-effective as well. Remember to try to buy from local producers. It's good for our city, and it cuts down on all the extra pollution shipping produces. Here's a few of my favorite materials!
Did you know that every time we recycle a glass bottle we save enough energy to light a 100-watt light bulb for 4 hours? This recycled glass tile company is too beautiful!
Another beautiful one, Kirei board. They've got bamboo, a new chocolate colored option, and the traditional Kirei board. Made from reclaimed sorghum straw and adhesive with no added formaldehyde.
Next is Icestone. Beautiful, the color options are endless, and it's made of recycled glass and cement.
Here's a site for some different bamboo variations.
Paperstone is a great and highly recommended material. Using compounded recycled paper and covered in water-based resin:
Designed to be resurfaced and recolored again and again here are the recycled acrylic surfaces from 3form:
and the architectural resin panels made from 100% post-consumer recycled high density polyethylene. (With over 1000 milk bottles going into each panel, it can help projects earn up to 2 LEED credits for recycled content) from 3form:
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