What We Do

Glass Recycled Surfaces turns glass bottles and recycled porcelain fixtures into beauty. Instead of being placed in a landfill for thousands of years, we turn post-consumer and industrial glass into gorgeous slab material. Unique countertops, flooring, and wall applications are created from our products. By mixing crushed glass with an epoxy resin, we have created over 1,000 custom designs. Searching for a unique look for your home or office? Glass Recycled Surfaces will work you with to create your custom look.

At Glass Recycled Surfaces, your imagination has no boundaries. With multiple glass options and fully customizable, pigmented epoxy resin, your color possibilities and aggregate combinations are endless.

What Makes Us Different

Some of our competitors combine glass with cement to create their slabs. We use a unique epoxy resin that is far superior. In fact, we hold a patent on the process. Cement has limited color choices, is heavier than epoxy, and creates a structural weakness when combined with glass.

Epoxy resin binder advantages over cementitious binders include:

  • Virtually endless color possibilities
  • A much lighter weight
  • Longer lasting structural integrity
  • Low maintenance

Glass Recycled Surfaces is the only manufacturer that specializes in the color of resin and the choice of glass, porcelain, and shell.


Glass Recycled Surface’s products are cost competitive with quartz and granite and provide a great long term value to the end user and will uphold their beauty because of their heat, scratch, and stain resistance. Whether as a countertop, floor, or shower surround, the look of Glass Recycled Surfaces will bring a unique elegance and a lasting impression to your project for years and years.

Environmental Benefits

Our products do not require a sealant or application of a wax, are inert and VOC-free and can contribute to USGBC LEED® Points.

We utilize readily available materials that would otherwise be landfilled. Our productions contain about 80% recycled glass, porcelain, or shell.