Alamance Community College Common Area Completed

A huge multi level common area for students to gather was completed by students by the Alamance Community Colleges Horticultural Department. They loved the fact it was natural stone and easy to install, but the real benefit was it’s ease of installation and virtually no maintenance. Looking forward to next years projects.

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NCDENR LEED Gold Project Completed

The North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources “Green Square Project” has been completed. It is a LEED Gold building and Earthstone Products was used extensively on the project. Photos will be posted on our site of the huge patio at the Daily Planet Cafe as well as the entrances to the main building, utilizing the State of North Carolina paver shape.

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Earth Stone Approved by NCDOT

Earth Stone Products has undergone numerous phases of rigorous testing and has been approved by the North Carolina Department of Transportation for use in all non-roadway applications. Our product will go in rest stops all across North Carolina on sidewalks, entryways and interior applications.

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Earth Stone certified as a Green Plus Mover

On November 29, 2010 Earth Stone Products was certified as a Green Plus Mover by the Institute for Sustainable Development. This is an exhaustive process that recognizes a companies efforts towards sustainability practices. We will continue training and education on all levels.

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“Made in The Triad” video from WFMY TV

Click on link, then hit play button.   Made In The Triad: Earth Stone Products | digtriad.com | Triad, NC | Money...

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EarthStone featured in Building Green Magazine

Earthstone Products’ Affordable Recycled-Granite Pavers A three-year-old North Carolina company,Earthstone Products, has introduced a great-looking, relatively inexpensive recycled-granite paver. Used both indoors and outdoors, the pavers are manufactured from waste slabs of granite. According to John Tesh, the sales and marketing director at Earthstone, 25% of a slab of granite is typically thrown away. “We came up with a patented process that turns that waste into pavers and interior flooring.” Tesh told me. “For lack of...

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