Vytreum is an innovative and eco-sustainable material entirely made from inert secondary raw materials for:
Thanks to its low specific weight and excellent mechanical-functional performance, Vytreum is one of the best products in the green building sector.
Furthermore, the production of Vytreum strongly contributes to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, energy consumption and the exploitation of virgin raw materials compared to its direct competitors.
Vytreum can be highly customized in terms of shape, size, surface finish and thickness, thanks to our revolutionary production process that allows us to create customized molds through additive manufacturing (3d printing).
It can be made in different completely natural colors without the use of enamels.
Vytreum® is able to respond to the new needs of innovation, sustainability and environmental protection.
We have thus created a new generation of innovative products that can be used in different environments both for flooring and for street furniture, replacing traditional ceramic flooring, in concrete, stone or other natural materials that are now obsolete and difficult to use, which have become economically inconvenient (for high costs), and ecologically (use of virgin raw materials, and polluting and energy-intensive processes).
In its line for street furniture, Vytreum can be made in different forms, it can be used in small and large urban development works of public spaces (such as sidewalks, gardens, squares, parking lots, etc.) and flooring for private use, in a wide variety of thicknesses and colors.
It is also easily adaptable to the needs and requirements of designers.
European legislation, in the field of energy efficiency, sustainability and the circular economy, attributes to the public sector the role of a model to follow and an area of experimentation and adoption of solutions that can then also be valid in the private market, using products with materials and production processes with reduced environmental impact.
Law no.221 of 28 December 2015 (so-called “environmental link”)
“Environmental provisions to promote green economy measures and to limit the excessive use of natural resources.”
D.M. 24 December 2015
“Adoption of minimum environmental criteria (CAM) for the award of design services and works for the new construction, renovation and maintenance of buildings for the management of public administration sites.”
The content of recovered or recycled material in the materials used for the building, even considering different percentages for each material, must be at least 15% by weight estimated on the total of all materials used. Of this percentage, at least 5% must be made up of non-structural materials.
The concretes used for the project must be produced with a minimum content of recycled (dry) material of at least 5% of the weight of the product (intended as the sum of the individual components). In order to calculate the mass of recycled material, the quantity that actually remains in the final product must be considered.
The bricks used for masonry and floors must have a content of recycled (dry) material of at least 10% on the weight of the product.
The bricks for roofs, floors and exposed masonry must have a content of recycled (dry) material of at least 5% of the weight of the product.
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