Bazzèo Recycled Kitchen Receives Green Dot Award

The Bazzèo Paperstone-based kitchen recently received a Green Dot Award for its eco-friendliness. The Green Dot Awards, founded by Farmani Group, recognizes products and services that meet high environmental standards.The kitchen is made from 100 percent post-consumer waste paper, bound together with a non-toxic petroleum-free resin made from the crushed shells of cashews. The use of the kitchen can contribute to LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) credits.The Green Dot Awards jury was comprised of Kyle D. Brown, Ph.D., director, John T. Lyle Center for Regenerative Studies, California State Polytechnic University; Daniel D. Chiras, Ph.D., author  of Ways to Create Sustainable Neighborhoods; Peo Ekberg, environmental consultant for sustainability and lifestyleCO2 adviser; Dave Evans, author of Cool Green Stuff: A Guide to Finding Great Recycled, Sustainable, Renewable Objects You Will Love; Steven Foster, president of the Steven Foster Group and commercial consultant for eco-sustainability; Christine Mason McCaull, co-founder of GoGreen Online and GoGreenTV; and Shelagh McNally, editor at Green Living Online & Green Living