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Alusid's Sequel collection combines craftsmanship and sustainability says founder
01 May 2019 . BY Lauren Heath-Jones
The Sequel collection is billed as the 'most waste-efficient and sustainable' on the market
Alusid, a creator of eco-friendly surfaces, has partnered with Parkside to launch the Sequel range, the brand's first collection of batch-produced sustainable tiles.

Debuting at Clerkenwell Design Week, the tiles are made from 98 per cent recycled materials and are billed as the 'most waste-efficient and sustainable' tiles on the market.

Made from shards of glass from kerbside collections, broken sanitary ware and glaze waste from ceramic manufacturing processes, the tiles are produced in Alusid's manufacturing base in Preston, Lancashire, and are available in three different colourways - Greenwich Green, Shoreditch Blue and Paddington Pink, and three different sizes - square (100mm x 100mm), metro (200mm x 100mm) and large metro (300mm x 75mm).

Dr Alasdair Bremner, co-founder of Alusid, says: "We're very excited to be launching the Sequel tile range with Parkside, and very proud of the sustainable process we've pioneered to create it. Our goal is to expand Alusid's production capacity - without sacrificing our crafted quality or compromising our commitment to recycling and recyclability. Our partnership with Parkside is a big step towards achieving that."

Brian Linnington, commercial managing director at Parkside, says: "The Sequel range is unbeatable in terms of its aesthetic and sustainability credentials, so we're delighted to be sharing Alusid's ground-breaking approach to ceramics with our audience of architects and designers."
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