Thursday, November 15, 2007

greenhouse effect: uk recycled facade material

Green House Effect from the UK provides sustainable, structural glass for building facades. This facade building material is formed from recycled float glass. Fired at a very high temperature in bio gas ovens and infused with a pigment to produce a seagreen look. No harmful resins are used in its manufacture of this recycled glass, making this building material environmentally sustainable.

The glass induces and reflects light, creating a color changing facade of a building. 100% recycled and extremely durable there is also versatility with color and texture for the aesthetic impact. It can transform a renovated building or be used in new construction.

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1 Comments:

Blogger J. Wilson said...

Great pictures! Very awesome blog post, too. It's nice to see engineering taking the environment into account.

Check out my blog if you get a chance: eight-thirty.blogspot.com.

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