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Recycled rubber tile floors are designed to last and thrive in high traffic conditions.
Each rubber tile is the result of sustainably-minded re-use of post-consumer rubber materials. Produced at low-cost, and resulting in a tough 100% Vulcanized recycled rubber tile. Each tile is a non-porous, anti-microbial, low-odor surface designed to stand up to active living, frequent traffic, and high stresses.
Kontiki snapping deck tiles and planks are not only easy to install, they are
sourced from a highly regulated industry of growers.
The production of teak interlocking deck tiles contributes to the conservation of natural resources and the
reduction of raw material use. The wood content of teak deck tiles is 100% pre-consumer recycled material procured
from the manufacturer's in-house furniture production wherin all timber is legally sourced from sustainable
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Composite decking makes use of recycled materials, putting discarded elements
like plastics to a long-lasting second use.
Composite decking stands as a low-maintenance decking option, made up of a
number of elements including plastics, wood by products like sawdust and fiber,
and rice flour. These elements are bonded together to serve as innovative green
building materials for outdoor surfaces in residences and commercial
construction projects while making the best use of resources.
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Glazed porcelain for floors and walls from Takla incorporate post-industrial
recycling techniques into a process which creates premium tile.
Each selection of Takla porcelain tile is comprised of up to 40% recyclable
materials which are described as 'post-industrial' - that is, materials which
are leftover from the production of other unrelated goods. This means that in
addition to natural minerals in Takla porcelain tile, post-production glass
materials are crushed to be incorporated into premium tile.
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