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Company NameDiamik Glass
Company AddressUnit 1 Aneal Business Centre
Cross Green Approach
Leeds LS90SG
United Kingdom
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NameRobert Hughes
Job TitleSales & Marketing Director
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Role of this organisation in the project being enteredManufacturer of ecorok™ recycled glass waste surfaces
Category - Interior
    This is a new category that recognises wall, floor, ceiling and surface design products, including decorative, creative and inventive surfaces for the interior of buildings including both commercial and residential properties.
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Name of organisation entering the Awards (if different from above)Diamik Glass
Role of this organisation in the project being entered (if different from above)Manufacturer
Project/Product Name (written how it should appear)ecorok™
Project AddressUnit 1 Aneal Business Centre
Cross Green Approach
Leeds LS90SG
United Kingdom
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Client NameRobert Hughes
Designer/Architect NameMichael Pickup
Contractor NameMichael Pickup
Project/Product Description

ecorok™ is a sustainable solid surface material made from 85% recycled glass waste within a 15 mile radius of our UK manufacturing facility in Leeds, West Yorkshire. As an alternative to mined and imported materials such as granite and quartz, ecorok™ offers both domestic and commercial clients a British Made alternative to meet sustainable briefs and some UK regulations and certification requirements such as BREEL & WELL.

The waste raw materials used in the manufacture of ecorok™ are all sourced in the UK within a 10-mile radius of our factory. All materials are collected directly by Diamik Glass to ensure total traceability of all material. This level of control and limited use of transport reduces the carbon footprint to an absolute minimum. Our ability to source new material in a tight local area is substantial and with more and more clients choosing to take a greener option we can only expand our target to eliminate single use products.

Due to the cold manufacturing process used to make Ecorok™ the company uses minimal energy consumption. In-house recycling measures also ensure the company uses very little water, with all water being recycled and rainwater harvested from the factory roof. ecorok™ is completely recyclable at the end of its lifetime. It can be crushed and reused to make new ecorok™ products repeatedly.

ecorok™ is hugely versatile and has many design surface applications including worktops, wall panels, tiles, and floor coverings. As a mould-made product the design options are endless. We can also manufacture the material in three dimensions with moulded forms, drop-down edges and translucent sections. LEDs can be set into the material.

At Diamik Glass, we stand at the forefront of innovation in sustainable glass solutions. With a deep commitment to environmental responsibility, we are redefining the possibilities of glass to create a positive impact on our world.

Our journey is rooted in transforming waste glass into works of art that are not only beautiful but also sustainable. Through meticulous research and development, we’ve pioneered the art of turning discarded glass into ecorok™ and decorok™—functional worksurfaces that stand as a testament to our dedication to the circular economy.

As a trailblazer in the manufacturing industry, we embrace the challenge of reducing our carbon footprint, one recycled glass surface at a time. Our holistic approach reaches beyond our products to encompass our team, our customers, our environment, and our community. We value our diverse team, providing them with a platform for growth and collaboration that drives our collective success.

Diamik Glass is not just a manufacturer; we are catalysts for change. We’re weaving sustainability into the fabric of every decision, forging long-lasting partnerships, and fostering a brighter future for generations to come. Our commitment to integrity, transparency, and innovation fuels our journey, igniting a passion to create, a responsibility to the environment, and a profound impact on the world.

Materials Used

ecorok™ is made from up to 85% recycled materials. The glass is 100% waste material destined for landfill which has been collected and re-processed solely by Diamik in order that we can verify its provenance. The resin is a non-emitting, non-toxic, purpose-designed material. No Energy is used in the production of Ecorok panels.


As a relatively new startup we currently adopt a ISO 14021 self declaration environmental claims 2020 standard, but we are currently in the process of obtaining EPD's for our products.

We manufacture surfaces from end of life glass, reject glass and surplus glass, destined for landfill. The glass is crushed to create cullet and then processed to create surfaces capable of being used again in our manufacturing process. Our products are produced in two forms:

No 1. Glass cullet is sintered, in specialist kilns, to fuse the glass cullet together to form a solid slab which is structurally sound and capable of being used in a variety of markets.
No 2. Glass cullet is mixed with a low percentage of resin and pigments to create a solid slab which is structurally sound and capable of being used in a variety of markets.

Our activity saves hundreds of tons of glass waste going to landfill and with the assistance of the construction and refit industries we can increase these volumes year on
year, making a real difference to the environment. Our products are truly recyclable, although our products are designed to last a lifetime fashions change and there comes a time when recycled glass worksurfaces will be replaced. Both of our products can be returned and reprocessed again to form 100% reusable aggregates for the worktops of the future. As with all manufacturing processes reject products are inevitable and even though using recycled waste as the primary ingredients our production system wastes nothing and all materials are recycled. Our reject materials are crushed and reused often producing one off creations for the design industry.

Our factory is based in the heart of a major glass production sector and as such we are able to provide a vital service to this industry in removing and reusing rejected, unusable glass from their sites. Our locality is essential in reducing the transport impact on the environment We do not use any energy derived from fossil fuels in our manufacture process, with 75% coming from renewable sources.

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