The first step in becoming “Green” was to convert to a radiant heat curing system.
Secondly, we looked at ways to reduce or replace the use of virgin material (example: limestone, sand).
We then reduced the use of Portland cement, resulting in a CO2 reduction.
Lastly, we introduced the GreenShield and GreenShield Plus+ technology.
Pounds of carbon dioxide from being released into the atmosphere per year
Consumer glass waste has now been turned into something valuable - a replacement for aggregate
Cleaner air to breathe with less CO2
351 King Street East, Toronto
Builder: First Gulf
Architect: Diamond Schmitt Architects
Mason: Lazzer Masonry Contracting Ltd.
9612 Yonge Street, Richmond Hill
Builder: G Group Development
Architect: Hariri Pontarini Architets
Mason: Tribrik Group Ltd.
592 Sherbourne Street, Toronto
Builder: Deltera / Diamond Corp
Architect: bKL Architecture, Thomas Kerwin
Mason: Lazzer Masonry Contracting Ltd
Of glass from reaching the landfill each year
Non-allergenic, VOC free, odourless, non-combustible
Less limestone and sand used, reducing the extraction of raw materials and environmental degradation
Lower weight, class D achieved
Compared to carbon capture equivalents
2665 Aurora Road, P.O. Box 69
Gormley, Ontario, Canada