Environmentally-Friendly Home Products Hilton NY
International builders show eco-friendly products such as echo glass tiles, which are made from post-industrial recycled content that ranges from 10% to 100% depending on color. Ideal for walls, countertops, and floors, the tiles are made from centuries-old techniques where the product is cast from translucent glass that is textured on the front and back.
175 Humboldt Street
1647 Wheatland Center Rd.
Genesee Scrap & Tin Baling Corporation
80 Steel St
4128 Lake Ave
Rochester Computer Recycling
395 Central Ave
Certified Documents Destruction & Recycling
860 Maple Street
Monroe County HHW Facility
444 East Henrietta Road
Town Pump Recycling
871 Bromley Rd
Mrs Ashley'S Recycling
301 Otis St
50 Portland Ave
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Products from the Show
Elements Cabinets by Tonusa
The cabinet manufacturer has teamed up with esteemed designer Fu-Tung Cheng to create elements, a contemporary line of cabinets that offer elevated design at a moderate price. Designed to evoke warm modernism, the line includes a variety of luxurious and sustainable materials.
Echo Glass Tiles by Crossville
Echo glass tiles are made from post-industrial recycled content that ranges from 10% to 100% depending on color. Ideal for walls, countertops, and floors, the tiles are made from centuries-old techniques where the product is cast from translucent glass that is textured on the front and back.
Edge 60 Pellet Fireplace by Quadra-Fire
Debuting at IBS, but rolling out in the second quarter, the Edge 60 is the first-ever pellet fireplace. Specifically designed for supplemental home heating, the Edge 60 delivers 60,000 BTUs and can warm more than 2,500 square feet of living space.
SunSource Solar-Assisted Heat Pump by Lennox
A first in the industry, SunSource integrates solar power into a heat pump. The 18.5-SEER solar-assisted heat pump features a 3-foot-by-5-foot 190-watt solar panel that provides power assistance to the fan motor, providing energy savings of 8% to 10%. 800.953.6669.
Energy Management System
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