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Ceramic Tiles:  Something Old, Something New

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Something Old, Something New

Key Features:
  • 40 percent recycled ceramic
  • 8 earthy colors
  • 8" or 12" squares
  • No sealing or waxing required
  • $5.35 to $5.50 per square foot
  • Pricing as of 2009.
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  • EcoCycle tiles
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by Deborah Holmes, Ebricks.com

They have the look of natural stone, but Ecocycle tiles are actually made partially of recycled ceramic.

About 40 percent of the materials in the earth-toned, rustic looking tiles is recycled. Slip resistant and easy to clean, the tiles come in 8 or 12 squares in 8 earth-toned colors. They can be used indoors or outside, on walls and floors.

A special cross-tread tile is recommended for flooring outdoors or in indoor areas that get wet.

The tiles do not require waxing or sealing and can be washed with hot water and a household cleaner.

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