Easton, MD, July 21, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Artisan Group member Solid Tops is making strides to reuse and recycle granite scraps, water used in fabrication, as well as offering Heritage Wood reclaimed wood countertops from barns and building across America, and TreeNu recycled paper countertops.
“We recycle our granite scraps, left over from fabricating kitchen countertops and bathroom vanities, into landscape applications and gravel used by excavating companies,” says Evan Kruger, President, Solid Tops. “We have added some great recycled content countertops such as reclaimed Heritage Wood and recycled paper to round out our wide array of eco-friendly choices for kitchens and baths.”
Solid Tops sends about 1,000 pounds of scrap granite per day to a recycler who crushes it, along with concrete, into gravel for an excavation company. Another use of scrap stone from SolidTops of Easton, MD, pieces are for landscape applications. Solid Tops also utilizes a water treatment/ water recycling system that enables them to recycle close to 100% of the water used in fabrication.
“These reuse and recycling measures help the community to stay cleaner and our shop be more efficient,” says Kruger.
About Solid Tops
SolidTops has been serving Maryland and Delaware for a decade, growing from a one-man shop into an experienced team of specialists providing premium countertops: Artisan Stone Collection granite, marble and Saratoga Soapstone, Heritage Wood, Quartz, EOS, Silestone, Corian and other materials. SolidTops, LLC. For more information, visit www.solidtops.com or the showroom at 505 South Street, Easton, Maryland 21601, (410) 819.0770.
Artisan Group™ is the premier network of stone fabricators in North America. Its extensive network allows the organization to offer the world’s best granite from the best sources around the globe. Utilizing the most technically advanced, automated shops in the industry, highly skilled craftsmen ensure that each and every installation meets exacting standards. In fact, all Artisan Group members have either achieved Marble Institute of America Accreditation, or have begun the process, making it the first group of granite fabricators in the world to be working towards this distinction. From classic to exotic, Artisan Group offers the most extensive array of stone and wood choices in the industry, and is dedicated to the highest level of customer service. For more information or to request a quote, visit www.artisan-counters.com.
Contact: Gina Covell, 832-338-5188, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.artisan-counters.com
Note: Artisan Group can provide photos of granite remnants making up a garden path.