Ceramic tile is widely known as a sustainable and healthy material, but based on what criteria?
Join us as we discuss how the North American ceramic tile industry measures embodied carbon from cradle to grave and reports its impact via industry-wide Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs) and the product category rules supporting them. This process creates greater transparency than other floor finishes. We’ll also look at how the environmental impact of tile, setting materials, and grout are measured against objective criteria in the Green Squared® sustainability standard, and the new Material Ingredient Guide published by Tile Council of North America (TCNA). Walk away better able to quantify tile’s contribution to reducing the carbon footprint of the built environment, drawing on resource material from ANSI, UL, AIA, the Carbon Leadership Forum, the Healthy Building Network, and other organizations.
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Residential Architecture Committee
Tuesday, March 5, 2024 12:00 pm
The Residential Architecture Committee meets the first Tuesday of every month at 12:00–1:00 pm. Meetings are held virtually on Zoom.…