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Green is Good at Surface Design Show

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Wind turbines. Ground source heat pumpsSolar panels. Sustainability is often seen as large scale. But at Surface  Design Show, exhibitors are proving how surfacing products can play a valuable  part in the bigger green picture.

From hand made recycled products to green  credentials for a world leading manufacturer, responsible environmental management  to a reduced transport footprint, surfacing products highlight how  sustainability can be incorporated into the most practical and innovative of  design solutions.

Bottle Alley Glass buys  rejected and unwanted glass bottles and recycles them into new glass products  such as worktops, splash-backs, lighting panels and countertops. The products  use 100% recycled material with no added resin or bonding agents and can be  recycled again after use.

The world’s largest  suppliers of rubber floor coverings to the commercial market, Nora  Flooring Systems will be displaying the only non-PVC safety  flooring on the market and showcasing unsurpassed environmental credentials.

Burlington Stone craft  a diverse range of signature British natural stone products that exude the  ultimate in opulent quality and permanence. Using a natural stone source in the  Lake District and skilled British craftsmen, Burlington is certified to  ISO14001, and aims to utilise 100% of the stone extracted from their quarries.

Flexstone from Solus  Ceramics is not only a unique, flexible and bendy wall tile that  can be applied to flat and curved surfaces, but weighing in at about 2kg per m2,  it’s one of the lightest options available to transport.

The show’s director, Christopher Newton,  said, “More than ever before, sustainability has gone  beyond just window dressing – it’s part of the whole lifecycle of a product. Surface  Design Show provides architects, interior designers and specifiers with the  opportunity to see, touch and source practical, leading-edge  environmentally-friendly products.”

Surface Design Show takes place 5-7  February 2013 at the Building Design Centre and is the only UK event to focus  exclusively on innovative and exciting interior and exterior surface solutions.  To discover more about these green surfaces, the hundreds of the very latest  materials on display, the extensive and thought provoking programme of talks  & debates and to register online to secure your free place, please visit www.surfacedesignshow.com.

 

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