Terrazzo Glass - American Specialty Glass
ASG Glass started in 2001 recycling bottles and windows for the terrazzo industry. Since then, ASG Glass has expanded its product offerings and capabilities to everything you see in this brochure. We’re located in North Salt Lake, Utah, a suburb of Salt Lake City. We operate several glass-melting furnaces and color the glass with our proprietary methods and formulations. We stock significant quantities of standard colors in our warehouse. We’re wiling to make custom colors given the right quantity and schedule flexibility. We market our products both through distributors and directly to end customers. We sell both on a wholesale and a retail level. We manufacture all of our glass from recycled products and can provide supporting documentation for LEED projects when needed. Most importantly, we love what we do. We hope it shows through in our glass quality and customer service.
RECENTLY DELIGHTED CUSTOMERS
- MGM Grand
- Las Vegas City Center
- Victoria’s Secret
- Ocean’s Thirteen Productions
- Terrazzo & Marble Supply
ASG Glass products are 100% recycled. That is, had our company not purchased and processed the glass used in our products, it would have been discarded in a local landfill. We receive recycled post-consumer glass bottles from various domestic sources including material recycling facilities (MRFs) in Park City, Los Angeles, the Intermountain West, and other locations along the West Coast. We also receive recycled post-industrial glass window scraps and furnace cleanouts from various window and glass product manufacturers in the Salt Lake City area and the East Coast. Some of our glass is simply ground and tumbled glass with various flaws and inconsistencies common with recycled glass. Most of our glass is re-melted and re-processed to ensure a mostly consistently colored and consistently sized end product. In all cases, the glass products we produce use waste glass feedstocks that can unquestionably be labeled 100% recycled.
Depending on the application of our recycled glass products in a given project, an architect or client may claim LEED credits or “green points” for using our glass. In particular, credits that are often claim include:
* NC Materials & Resources MR Credit 4.1 & 4.2 for recycled content for 1 or 2 points
* NC Materials & Resources MR Credit 5.1 & 5.2 for local source for 1 or 2 points
* NC Indoor Environmental Quality EQ Credit 4.1 for low VOC terrazzo for 1 point
* NC Innovation in Design ID Credit 1.1 for unique designs for 1 point
Our professional affiliations include the US Green Building Council, the National Terrazzo & Mosaic Association, the American Society of Landscape Architects, and the National Plasterers Council.
American Specialty Glass
829 North 400 West
North Salt Lake, Utah 84054
Direct phone: 801.294.4222
Fax number: 801.294.3135
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