By recycling waste granite remnants, our company eliminates millions of pounds of waste from landfills, saves energy, creates jobs, adds value and makes the world a better, greener place. We see what others have not seen in thousands of years'value in scrap granite. That scrap comes from the remnants of thousands of granite countertop fabricators around the country. We founded the methods, machinery and market to recycle scrap granite into gorgeous split stone tiles, pavers and art work.
RecycledGranite.com was selected as one of the Greenest Materials of Green Build 2011, in Toronto, by Green Build, the largest Green Building EXPO in the world. Granite Recycling makes the Congressional Record! Julie Rizzo, Founder of www.RecycledGranite.com was presented by the office of U.S. Congressman Peter J. Visclosky for her Society of Innovators Award. www.RecycledGranite.com the World's Leader in Granite Recycling hosts National Granite Recycling Convention in Nashville, TN. Granite Recycling Network Members from across the country joined forces to share ideas that have developed the granite recycling industry into a globally recycled material!
Julie Rizzo, founder of RecycledGranite.com was inducted as a Fellow into the Society of Innovators of Northwest Indiana which promotes creativity and innovation. Julie Rizzo's vision is to educate the world about the benefits of recycling granite. By recycling granite remnants, her company eliminates millions of pounds of waste from landfills, saves energy, creates jobs, adds value and makes the world a better, greener place. Dale Pearson, Director of License Sales for RecycledGranite.com is owner of www.SaveTheGranite.com of San Antonio, TX was awarded Best Recycling Business in Texas for their environmental stewardship, energy conservation and sustainable practices. Presented by Growing Green Communities a statewide organization with a mission of saving money, making money and creating Green jobs. Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Commerce Economic Development Administration and Texas Engineering Extension Service.