As society becomes more and more environmentally conscious, products must reflect those same values. Here at Trinity Surfaces, we believe in building a sustainable future with earth-friendly products and the knowledge to support them.
Together, alongside manufacturers we believe in, we are nearing a milestone in designing and building: a sustainable, eco-friendly future. After all, on our own, we can make a difference but together, we can change the world.
It is not unusual for designers to seek eco-friendly flooring to fit their budgets. In fact, experts predict that the global eco-friendly tiles market will hit $37 million by the year 2023. We were beyond ecstatic to hear that kind of news, considering we’ve been fostering relationships with eco-friendly flooring companies for some time now.
So, how does eco-friendly tile fit into this conversation? For starters, its long life means that the need for replacement is rare. Secondly, it does not emit toxic fumes like other flooring options.
Let’s tile…er…talk, about some of our favorite brands and the products we love.
Fiandre Architectural Surfaces
Hosting a “legacy of green,” Fiandre is a longtime proponent of eco-friendly tile. In addition to completing LEED requirements for energy-environmental quality, more than 70 Fiandre products utilize a minimum of 40% recycled resources.
With a production facility that was built to the highest standards of sustainability and environmental consciousness, Landmark has always been passionate about eco-friendly tile. Since 1968, this team of professionals has been working hard to provide earth-friendly options for designers.
Panaria has deep roots in sustainability, and they keep respect for the earth as a core value of the brand. From building a production site that matches environmental protection standards to reusing productive waste in an effort to eliminate using more material, Panaria keeps eco-friendly values close to home.
Citing a “respect for the environment and for health,” Caesar Ceramics is a leader in eco-sustainable porcelain stoneware. In 1998, Caesar was the first stoneware manufacturer to receive ISO 14001, which solidifies their effort to merge industrial development and sustainability in a healthy, effective way.
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This post was written by Matt Hepner