Green and Healthy Products Riverhead NY

Utilizing the soy-based PureBond adhesive resin, the manufacturer's veneer-core plywood and Woodstalk agrifiber-core panel products are formaldehyde-free and water-resistant.

Local Companies

Quinn Landscape Company
27 Service Rd
Calverton, NY
Kevin Parker Landscaping
78 Roe Avenue
East Patchogue, NY
Natural Images Irrigation
Po Box 301
Peconic, NY
Bradie Lawn Sprinkler CO
1 Industrial Drive
Quogue, NY

County, NY
Pots & Petals
Se Corner Of Sound & Edwards
Calverton, NY
Lomonaco Landscaping
366 Railroad Av
Center Moriches, NY
Contino Landscaping & Design
1984 Route 112
Coram, NY
95 Hewlett Av
Patchogue, NY
Whitmores Landscaping
337 Montauk Highway
Water Mill, NY

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Source: CUSTOM HOME Magazine
Publication date: July 1, 2006


Waste Not

Utilizing blast-furnace slag from iron manufacturing, NewCem hydraulic cement helps to achieve low permeability; improved workability; lower setting temperatures; and resistance to chemical reactions. Lafarge North America. 678.746.2000.

Fresh Air

Trane CleanEffects patented air-cleaning technology uses an intense electrical charge to remove up to 99.98 percent of particles from the air entering a home. Its reusable filter only needs cleaning every few months. The system's electrical use compares to that of a 75-watt light bulb, the manufacturer says. Trane. 903.581.3200.

Scrap Metals

Made from fine flake aluminum milling scrap and polymeric resins, Alkemi solid surfacing can be used for countertops and other surface applications. Alkemi can be cut, seamed, and machined like other solid-surfacing materials. Twelve colors are available in honed or textured finishes. Renewed Materials. 301.320.0042.

Cool Coating

The Tex-Cote Super-Cote Cool Wall system is a heat-reflective exterior coating that can reduce exterior wall temperatures by up to 40 degrees F, lowering interior temperatures. The finish, which is 10 times thicker than paint, is applied in a multi-step process with no need for scraping or sanding. Textured Coatings of America. 800.454.0340.



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