NEW YORK (Reuters) – As marble and other marble tiles are used in hospitals and businesses around the world, some have begun to be used in kitchens, too.
A new type of marble tile is being developed to replace the old type and replace it with an entirely new type.
The tile, called Marble Tile 5, is designed to absorb nutrients and improve water quality.
It is one of the first types of marble tiles to be developed and is being tested in New York City’s Public Health Department.
Marbles are commonly used in restaurants, hotels, homes and hospitals.
They are used for their durability, but have become increasingly scarce.
In the past, marble tiles were often imported from Asia and Europe.
But that has changed.
Scientists at the University of Chicago are developing a new, more durable, and more economical way to make and use marble tiles, according to a release.
That means it is possible to create a tile from a whole range of materials, from organic to inorganic materials.
“This is a very promising development,” said Dr. Peter Gerschman, director of the New York Health Department’s Department of Health Technology.
Gerschmann said the tiles could be made in large factories and shipped overseas.
This new type is more durable than the traditional marble tiles used for hospitals and schools.
Marlene Schmitz, director at the Center for Food and Agriculture Research, said she expected the new marble tiles would be a boon for the food industry.
She said the more durable and sustainable the new tile, the more likely the food manufacturing industry would be to produce them.
“This tile is very promising,” she said.
“It is more environmentally friendly, it is more cost-effective.”
This is not the first time the tiles have been developed.
Last year, the Food and Drug Administration approved a new type, called Marbles 1, for use in food packaging.
The FDA said Marbles 2 and 3, also new for this year, were similar in some ways to Marbles 3.
More recently, the FDA approved a brand new tile called Marble Tile 3, which is made from a mixture of calcium carbonate and iron oxide.