Mediterranea brings marble-look, 55% recycled tile to market

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DORAL, FLA.— Mediterranea has introduced the Calacata series. Produced with up to 55% recycled content, this glazed porcelain collection emulates Italian Cararra marble.

Produced with Mediterranea’s Dynamic HD Imaging, inkjet design technology, each tile has fine graining and golden hues, characteristic of Cararra marble.

The collection is offered in four modern sizes including 12 x 24 tiles, complete with 3 x 12 bullnose pieces and 2 x 2 mesh-backed mosaic sheets, all using the same glaze and high-definition digital inkjet technology. Calacata glazed porcelain tiles are available in 12 x 24, 12 x 12, 6 x 6 and 3 x 6 formats. Due to the recycled content of each tile, projects which include Calacata qualify for LEED points.

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