Environmentally-Friendly Home Products Malone 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.
250 Cooper Ave Ste 110
Bluewater Environmental Inc
13136 20th Ave
College Point, NY
Allstate Power Vac Inc
180 Varick Ave
201 Ravine Ave
B Laing Assocs
225 Main St
Skyline Specialty Inc
966 Spencer St
Waste Stream Environmental Inc
650 Hiawatha Blvd W
Advanced Cleanup Technologies Inc
115 Rome St
Corbett Management Services Llc
4880 Duguid Rd
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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