Eco-Friendly Product Reviews Potsdam NY
Translucent illumaWALL is made of polycarbonate or resin art panels that transmit diffused natural light. At night, integral LEDs can be programmed to change colors. The double-glazed walls filled with Nanogel Aerogel (optional) achieve R-10 with high light transmission.
45 Market St
29 W Main St
Oyster Bay, NY
Centurion Environmental Managmnt Corp
136 Devonshire Rd
11 Oval Dr
4 Arthur St
St Lawrence Nysarc
6 Commerce Ln
Pine Tree Environmental
115 Oak Hill St
Northeast Environmental Inc
225 Valley Pl
Austin Environment Corp
15012 14th Ave
Environmental Management Ltd
41 Franck Rd
Stony Point, NY
Permeable Pavers From Boral Bricks
The company’s new permeable pavers allow water to drain through the surface, reducing runoff. The 4-inch-by-8-inch pavers are notched every 3 inches around their perimeter to create six rectangular voids that mate together to form a 1-inch-by-7/8-inch opening and a 12% void area per square foot.
Translucent illumaWALL From Duo-Gard
Translucent illumaWALL is made of polycarbonate or resin art panels that transmit diffused natural light. At night, integral LEDs can be programmed to change colors. The double-glazed walls filled with Nanogel Aerogel (optional) achieve R-10 with high light transmission. 800.872.4404.
ProSlate Roofing From US Tile
Manufactured with all-weather clay, ProSlate roofing offers the look of natural slate and is lightweight, strong, and durable, the maker says. The roofing carries a Class A fire rating, and it is 100% recyclable. It is available in light gray, dark gray, charcoal, and green. 800.252.9548.
Ventilation Add-On Kit From Solatube
The ventilation add-on kit for the company’s daylighting systems can be used in moist areas like baths and laundry rooms. The fan, which turns on with a switch, attaches seamlessly to the 160 Daylighting System, which illuminates up to 200 square feet, or the 290 DS.
Kilz Clean Start From MasterChem Industries
Suitable for interior and exterior maintenance.
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