The terrazzo material dates to 15th-century Venice when mosaic artists discovered a use for leftover marble. A recycled material ever since, terrazzo has been used in the art and architecture of Italian palaces and castles, spreading to the rest of the world. The color of the stones, the blue of the sea, and the tones of the sunset give life to Eco-Terr® Marina Romea, a recyclable product that channels history in each of its aggregates.
Our Future-Friendly™ tiles and slabs come in various colors with aggregates that range from micro to large formats.
Engineered from recycled portland cement, fly ash that has been saved from contaminating waterways, and rare, recycled marble and granite chips from quarries long since closed.
The manufacturing process excludes resins and epoxy, and the product has zero VOCs, which means it supports non-microbial growth and improves air quality.
Eco-Terr® is rectified and calibrated, which makes it easy to install and maintain with a limitless lifecycle.
Manufactured with pre-consumer recycled content may help contribute towards LEED® credits with USGBC project certification. Eco-Terr® is stain, frost, chemical, and fire-resistant; it is proud to be Material Health Grade Certified.
Eco-Terr® has various applications, including flooring, outdoor terrace, pool, pavers, counters, vanities, walls, exterior facades, furniture, and industrial design.
The product offers different finishes, including Honed, Riverwash, and Microlinen (with the highest DCOF in the market).
Standard Finishes: Honed, Riverwash, Microlinen and Polished
Standard Sizes Tiles: 16x16x5/8" and 24x24x3/4"