CoveringsETC Introduces Venetian Terrazzo- Torcello Grey G.
CoveringsETC Newest Eco-Terr Product
Miami, FL, February 6, 2017 (Newswire.com) - CoveringsETC announces the launch of its newest Eco-Terr product Venetian Terrazzo, Torcello Grey G. CoveringsETC is your go-to innovative source for natural, recyclable and sustainable material concepts for hard surfaces. Styling Eco-Terr with increasingly larger aggregates has become a focus for CoveringsETC as we help our clients customize their projects. Venetian Terrazzo features cool tones and each finish creates a different look.
“Eco-Terr Venetian Terrazzo has the longest lifecycle of the hard surface materials that I have ever worked with,” said Ofer Mizrahi, founder of CoveringsETC. Venetian-style terrazzo flooring contains 70 percent pre-consumer recycled materials derived from marble, granite and stone
Eco-Terr® is a Classic Future-Friendly™ product that enhances the aesthetic and mechanical characteristics of the high-quality materials from which it is made. Eco-Terr® tiles and slabs come in an array of colors and with aggregates that range from micro to ever increasing large format. Engineered from recycled Portland cement, fly ash that has been saved from contaminating waterways and rare recycled marble and granite chips from quarries long since closed.
"Eco-Terr Venetian Terrazzo has the longest life-cycle of the hard surface materials that I have ever worked with."
CoveringsETC was founded by designer and real estate visionary Ofer Mizrahi in 1998 as an innovative source for natural, recyclable and sustainable material concepts for hard surfaces. CoveringsETC is a member of the United States Green Building Council (USGBC), and is committed to seeking out interesting and exciting new environmentally friendly materials and solutions for projects adhering to sustainable design and bio-architecture. The ECOVERINGS® award-winning collection is designed using naturally occurring and recyclable materials and/ or is manufactured with the concern for the environment and conservation of natural resources.