Foam glass is an ideal product for green roof fill. It's lightweight, moundable, and readily transportable. Landscape architects and designers can take advantage of compacting Glavel to create angles and…
If you’re looking for a low carbon subslab insulation or green roof fill, and want to build foam-free, look no further than Glavel foam glass gravel. Made entirely from recycled…
Glavel compaction is done at a 1.3:1 ratio. Learn the most effective techniques used to achieve a level compacted layer of product.
Installing Glavel is a far simplified process compared to installing foam board and gravel. Learn the ins and outs of Glavel installation with this guide.
Learn the uses, history, and production of foam glass aggregate.
Glavel, a Vermont-based startup, plans to take recycled glass, grind it into powder and combine it with a foaming agent so it can be a substitute for stone gravel, which is used under building foundations and roads.
It’s time to end the zero sum game. Social and environmental responsibility should not be at odds with long term viability.
The relatively high price of this foam-glass foundation base material is offset by the lack of a need for rigid foam sub-slab insulation.
Burlington entrepreneur Rob Conboy has high hopes for Glavel. The foam glass aggregate he held on a recent afternoon looked like a stone but weighed no more than a sponge.
Vermont has had mandatory recycling since 2015. Is it working? And where does our recycling go, and what does it become?