New Crush: Fireclay 100% Recycled Glass Tiles

New Crush: Fireclay 100% Recycled Glass Tiles

Amber Byfield
May 6, 2011

Fireclay Tile, you had us at "Hello." When we got word that Fireclay, known for their trash-to-treasure approach, using waste products from the ceramics industry (think toilets) to create gorgeous tiles. Now, they've done it again—this time, with glass.

Fireclay Tile's newest line, Crush, was just announced. It's 100 percent recycled glass tile, made in California, and available in forty different colors. The tiles are stunning, and the process by which they're made is pretty interesting. The kiln that fires the tiles, for instance, is more efficient than traditional glass kilns—meaning you're getting even more green bang for your buck. Learn more over at Fireclay Tile's site, and be sure to watch the video of how the tiles are made:

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(Image: Fireclay; Sandhill 100% recycled glass tile.)

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