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    INDIGOGreen has moved! Well sort of...we are now in the west side of the building we have been at for the last 8 years. Please come check out our new digs!

    Product Spotlight

    Plyboo Reveal Collection
    The Reveal™ collection is a series of carved and textured bamboo panels, manufactured by Plyboo. When carved, an interplay between the face layer and revealed inner core creates a stunning visual effect. Plyboo's proprietary RealCore™ technology insures the revealed cores are consistent and that layers of bamboo material in bi-directional construction allow for stability. This artistic collection is available in 8 different patterns and color options. Reveal can help to contribute towards 3 LEED credits. It is made from 100% FSC certified Bamboo which is also rapidly renewable and free of Urea Formaldehyde. Sheet sizes are 4'x8' X 3/4" thick and available pre finished or unfinished. Check out more HERE

    Local Biz Spotlight

    Gainesville Compost
    Waste not, worry not! Gainesville residents are choosing to save the planet, and it’s as simple as a green bucket of kitchen scraps placed outside your door. Sign up for Gainesville’s highly-acclaimed Bike Powered Food Waste Diversion service and eliminate food waste in your kitchen while contributing to the production of Soil Food, a soil-building garden amendment that is fueling the movement From Waste to Food! Simply fill your green container with your home compostables — things like vegetable scraps, fruit peels, coffee grounds, egg shells, stale bread, dried-out flowers, counter-top crumbs, and more — and we’ll pick it up from your doorstep once per week to compost at nearby community gardens and organizations.

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