Pumice and scoria
Hekla pumice is a lightweight, chemically inert, porous stone of volcanic origin created by a sicilic explosive eruption about 3000 years ago. Iceland's primary pumice resources are in the southern part of the country. The Grímsnes scoria is a porous, chemically inert, dark colored volcanic rock formed by an effusive lava eruption about 5-6000 years ago in the Grímsnes area. Hekla Pumice and Grímsnes Scoria are a natural resource, porous aggregates that have excellent insulating properties and high particle strengths that makes this product excellent for various uses in industry and construction.
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Included products in this EPD
The products declared are pumice and scoria manufactured by Jarðefnaiðnaður ehf. based in Þorlákshöfn, Iceland.
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