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EnviroGlas Terrazzo

About EnviroGLAS™

A 3/8' poured-in-place, seamless, color-pigmented epoxy resin application utilizing 100% post-recycled glass.

Offers designers the opportunity to create variegated floors that accentuate the beauty and durability of translucent glass.

Is one of the most economical and sustainable applications that result in one of the lowest life cycle cost systems available today.

Is highly chemical resistant, easy to maintain, does not promote bacterial growth. Is easily cleaned with neutral soaps or detergents. Routine mechanical scrubbing is recommended for all surfaces with a non-skid texture. Waxing is optional.

EnviroGLAS® Terrazzo can contribute to 7 or more US Green Building Council LEED® points of the 69 total available.


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