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  • ECO Countertops
  • Source: BUILDER Magazine 2/22/2011
  • Using old mirrors, broken windows, and porcelain from sinks, toilets, and tile, ECO solid surfacing binds furnace ash with landfill-bound scraps for a countertop made up of 75 percent recycled content. Durable and nonporous, the marblelike surface is stain-, scratch-, and scorch-resistant, says its maker. ECO—available in 10 colors and two finishes—comes in large slabs that measure 63 inches by 128 inches, as well as in standard tile sizes. 866.579.4326. More
  • Hi-Macs Eden Plus
  • Source: ARCHITECT Magazine 2/17/2011
  • LG Hausys’ Hi-Macs Eden Plus solid-surface material comes in 13 colors with recycled content ranging from 12% to 41%. The 1/2"-thick acrylic solid surfaces are colorfast and Greenguard-certified for Indoor Air Quality. More

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  • LG Hausys HI-MACS Galaxy Offers Design in the Next Dimension
  • Source: ebuild 7/12/2010
  • LG Hausys Surfaces has introduced the next dimension of solid surface with HI-MACS Galaxy. Fusing out of this world colors with large transparent chips inspired by the new quartz styles of today, HI-MACS Galaxy maintains all the benefits and functionality of non-porous, seamless solid surface. Translucent particulates and shimmers of pearl flash in random sizes and colors, freeing the imagination to explore light and space with HI-MACS Galaxy new generation solid surface in eight celestial colors. More

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