Yorkshire-based sustainable work surface manufacturer Diamik Glass has announced the launch of its 2023 range of trademark ecorok™ surfaces, made from 85% recycled glass.
Ecorok surfaces can be used for a wide range purposes including worktops, splash backs, table tops, tea points, reception desks and much more. Created by the expert team at Diamik Glass, the method for creating ecorok has been honed over four years to create sustainable, hardwearing and luxury work surfaces.
ecorok is crafted using waste glass that would otherwise have gone to landfill, where it would take up to 4,000 years to break down. The glass is sourced responsibly from businesses within a 10-mile radius of the company’s headquarters in Leeds and then crushed down, sized and colour sorted ready for use. ecorok is created using unique recipes for each design and set in specially adapted solvent-free resins to create a solid sheet.
Handmade in Leeds, using a range of glassware products allows the experts at Diamik Glass to create different colourways for a unique and bespoke finish. Being made to specification for each commission means each carefully crafted sheet of ecorok produces virtually no waste, making it a more efficient product for work surfaces, as well as the only truly sustainable option.
To date, Diamik Glass has worked with architects, joiners and construction professionals to secure impressive contracts with brands including Legal & General, Cambridge University, WPP HMRC, Mastercard and Bombay Sapphire among many others.
Michael Pickup, MD of Diamik Glass, said: “I’m thrilled to be bringing the 2023 ecorok range to the market. Since launching our business just four years ago, we’ve worked on both commercial and domestic projects and have received huge praise from customers for the quality, durability and aesthetic of our sustainable surfaces.
“We’re looking forward to working with more partners and fabricators to bring ecorok to an even wider customer base, and we are excited for what the future holds.”