Northern California Eco-Friendly Company, CompoClay, Set to Exhibit at Nor Cal Spring Trade Show

Alameda, California (EastBayDaily) — Northern California eco-friendly company, CompoClay, had quite a successful first year and is closing out 2011 with great momentum. In order to build on its current successes and continue in a positive direction, it plans to embark on new projects and introduce new product lines in 2012. The company will also unveil its newly designed products at the Nor Cal Spring Trade Show on Feb. 16, 2012, at the San Mateo Expo Center.

“We have a lot of love for the Bay Area with our headquarters and showrooms in San Francisco and Alameda, and our first big project was for the city of Alameda. On top of that, with the Bay Area being home to some of the most innovative environmental initiatives, we definitely wanted our first show to be a local one. The Nor Cal Spring Trade Show was a clear choice,” CompoClay CEO Andy Choi said.

Established in 1980, Nor Cal Spring Trade Show is a one-day horticultural trade show that brings the best the industry has to offer to retailers, landscapers, designers and all others who work in the original “green” industry. Nor Cal provides an opportunity for small- and medium-sized companies to showcase their products regionally, from bedding plants to specimen trees, soil amendments to fertilizer, containers to statuary and more.

CompoClay has a special agenda in store for the show, including the unveiling of its newest products, and special announcements about upcoming new product lines and projects. The company hopes to merge the “original” and “current” green industries with its eco-friendly garden décor and lawn ornaments at the Nor Cal Spring Trade Show.

For more information about CompoClay or any of its products or services, call 415-877-4123, view CompoClay on the web at, or visit 2536 Santa Clara Ave., Alameda, CA 94501; or 60 Post St., San Francisco, CA 94104

About CompoClay

Northern California CompoClay offers stylish, eco-friendly home accents, garden decor and building products, made entirely from CompoClay, a cutting-edge, raw material, mainly made up of minerals, sand and water. CompoClay is a green alternative to hazardous materials, such as resin and polyurethane foam, commonly used in the home decor and building industries. CompoClay has the ability to emulate everything from wood and metal to stone and ceramic without sacrificing safety and durability.


Andy Choi