Curava is one of the most eco-friendly surfaces on the market today and comprises 100% recycled glass fragments within a resin binder. Curava surfaces are manufactured using a variety of green friendly methods. We manufacture our products during daytime hours only while using no artificial lighting in the factory. Our manufacturing process results in NO water waste (That's right... "Zero") and we consume a minimal amount of electricity to produce each slab.

Where Does The Glass Come From

100% of the glass used in Curava is recycled. The glass is collected from landfills and other resources from post-consumer and post-industrial waste that includes discarded glass bottles and window and windshield glass.

Curava has been tested and certified Food Safe by NSF, the public health and safety company and is also a member of the United States Green Building Council (USGBC).

Curava In The Press

Curava Spotlight

We are honored to have appeared as a featured company in the Green Materials Spotlight in the Countertops & Architectural Surfaces Magazine!

Countertops & Architectural Surfaces is the official publication of the International Surface Fabricators Association (ISFA). It contains the latest news and information relevant to the countertop industry.

Curava Certifications

Curava is NSF Certified

This mark is your assurance that the product has been tested by one of the most respected independent certification organizations in existence today. It is valued by consumers, manufacturers, retailers and regulatory agencies worldwide.

Curava is a member of USGBC

The mission of the U.S. Green Building Council is to transform the way buildings and communities are designed, built and operated, enabling an environmentally and socially responsible environment that improves the quality of life.

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LEED Points With Curava Surfaces

Developed by the U.S. Green Building Council, Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) is a rating system designed for evaluating a building's environmental performance. The LEED system has been widely adopted for rating new and existing commercial, institutional and high-rise buildings.

Leed Point Credit How?
Recycled Content 10% MR 4.1 Recycled Content
Recycled Content 20% MR 4.2 70% Post-Consumer, 30% Post-Industrial
Low Emitting Materials, Adhesives, and Sealants EQ 4.1 Curava Contains No VOCs
Innovation in Design ID Recycled Content Greater than 30% Post-Consumer