Recycled Glass Shows Floors in a Whole New Light

Stonhard’s commitment to sustainability is stronger than ever. The Stonclad GR product incorporates recycled materials and Stonhard’s unique packaging methods minimize waste.

Maple Shade, NJ, January 08, 2009 --( Stonhard, the world leader in seamless, high-performing resinous floor, wall and lining systems is doing its part in the effort to conserve earth’s resources by urging customers to walk on glass.

Recycled glass aggregate forms the base of Stonhard’s Stonclad GR flooring system. When mixed with an epoxy resin, amine curing agent and rapidly renewable, soy-based additives, the result is a long-lasting, seamless, easy to maintain, abrasion, chemical and wear resistant floor that is suitable for application in various settings, including manufacturing, food and beverage, retail, educational and public spaces.

Because it incorporates both recycled and rapidly renewable materials, Stonclad GR can help projects accumulate points as they pursue LEED certification. Twelve standard colors and the option for custom shades expand the limits of design possibility. And, the Stonclad GR system can be further customized, with coatings, waterproofing, cove bases and fiberglass reinforcement, to meet the specific needs of each application.

Stonhard’s commitment to sustainability doesn’t end at eco-conscious product formulations. Unique packaging methods prevent pails and cans from ending up in landfills, and an aggressive recycling program prevents returned and unused material from being released into the waste stream.

As with every Stonhard system sold, the Stonclad GR flooring system comes backed by Stonhard’s single source warranty on both products and installation, guaranteeing complete customer satisfaction.

This product is available immediately. Contact Stonhard, 800.257.7953.

For more information on Stonhard’s complete line of seamless, high performance floor systems visit them at or call 800.257.7953. Stonhard is a member of the United States Green Building Council.

Stonhard, Inc.
Jena Parise