Wednesday, November 28, 2007


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extract from news release

Thinking outside the box is something EnviroGLAS Products principal Tim Whaley does well. Nicknamed “Scrappy” by the Dallas Business Journal, the Texas entrepreneur was granted a U.S. patent in 2003 for developing the ‘method of making a terrazzo surface from recycled glass.’ The idea for combining the multi-colored crystals with epoxy resin to create recycled glass terrazzo came to him after he saw a news story in July 2002 about Plano, Texas’s overabundance of crushed recycled glass.

Two years and several awards later (including the Recycling Alliance of Texas’s 2003 “Closing the Loop Program” award and the Texas Environmental Excellence Award for small business in 2005) Whaley is at it again. This time it was the City of Dallas who asked him if he could do anything with a bunch of old toilets and commodes. The juices started flowing and soon EnviroMODE™ was born.

This brand new terrazzo surface is made from recycled tubs, sinks and toilets.

Recycled Toilets Find a Home

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