CaraGreen, a distributor eco-friendly products as healthier alternatives to conventional building materials, has added to its offering of Durat solid surface products.
As part of their continued commitment to sustainability, Durat has joined forces with the John Nurminen Foundation for the clean Baltic Sea. During 2020-2021, 10 percent of the sales of the new marine-inspired color, “Baltic Sea”, will go to support the Foundation’s Clean Baltic Sea projects. The colorful blue speckles that dot the gray base of this colorway are particles of recycled Durat, further demonstrating the company’s environmental ethos.
In addition, CaraGreen is now offering the recently launched Durat Solids collection. This collection of ultra-saturated pigmented colorways was created in response to a demand for a solid surface without aggregate.
Durat is a seamless material, making it easy to clean and ideal for kitchens, healthcare settings and commercial projects.
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