The Brooklyn Navy Yard kicks off a new tour event this Friday, July 27th. These tours will give visitors the opportunity to learn more about Navy Yard builders, their products, and their business development. The first in the series features IceStone, an “eco-industrialist” company that has transformed 10 million pounds of waste glass into high-design countertops. Visitors will be able to check out the material, tour the production facility, and take a souvenir with them. If you’d like more details, or just want to buy tickets, go here.
Photo by Kristin Brenneman Eno
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