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Green Kitchen Countertops

It may seem counterintuitive to use paper for a countertop, but when you bind paper fibers with resin, it makes a surface that’s tough as nails. What’s more, they tend to be easy to install. Since installation can equal 80% of your total cost, expect to save on labor.
PaperStone is a brand that meets Forest Stewardship Council certification requirements for materials made with sustainable forest management practices and is VOC-free.
Squak Mountain Stone is made from recycled paper, recycled glass, reclaimed fly ash, and cement; the finished countertop slabs resemble limestone and soapstone.
EcoTop countertops consist of renewable bamboo fiber, post-consumer recycled paper, and water-based resin glue.
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