In the process of developing new products Pacific Quartz Surfaces is emboldened by the current market trends, customer preferences, our community and our environment. Like many others we are a part of the global community and our agenda covers everything from sustainable manufacturing practices to recycling technologies.
Pacific Quartz Surfaces manufactures engineered surfaces that contain more than 90% natural base material (quartz, glass, mirrors), polyester resin (binder), and colored pigments to create different shades of quartz surfaces. We are privileged to work with quartz, a unique and abundant natural resource. We amalgamate our experience and latest manufacturing technologies giving our surfaces high durability and exceptional properties. Our quartz slabs retain its properties and appearance even after years of continuous use, without the need for replacement.
MAKE CONSERVATION A HABIT
At Pacific Quartz Surfaces we are passionate about protecting our environment as we are about our products
Some of our activities include:
From start to finish, our manufacturing process is meticulously checked from a health, safety, hygiene, and environmental point of view, with constant monitoring and reviewing of all the procedures and results
Maximum use of raw materials from local sources to reduce the negative impact of transportation
Use of recycled raw-materials (mirror, glass, filler contain waste from the processing of building materials and fall-outs generated during the processing of natural stone), thus making it Eco-friendly!
Use of solar energy and water recycling
We’re also a responsible and supportive employer. Our employees enjoy a safe workplace.
We comply with a strict policy of kosher food laws, including cleanliness, purity and quality.
Indian Green Building Council
Pacific Quartz Surfaces is Indian Green Building Council compliant. The vision of this council is, "To enable a sustainable built environment for all and facilitate India to be one of the global leaders in the sustainable built environment by 2025".