Our floors are evaluated according LCA methodology in BRE Global and rated A + to A. This can be used in connection to BREEAM, a well-known environmental assessment system for buildings. The products are listed in greenbooklive.com
BASTA registration means that we can verify that our product meets agreed properties criteria regarding properties hazardous to the environment and health. See www.bastaonline.se.
Our products are assessed by “Byggvarubedömningen”. This means that our assessed products are examined on chemical content, life-cycle, and sustainable supply chains. In this way we contribute to making it easier to build sustainably. All our products reach the assessment "accepted" Read more on Byggvarubedomningen.com.
BEST PRACTICE PVC
Best Practice PVC certified for the highest environmentally friendly manufacturing processes. Bolon’s PVC suppliers and their raw materials attained have been assessed for production to the highest environmental standards. Best Practice certification also recognises Bolon’s commitment to end-of-life recycling through Product Stewardship strategies with partners such as TAG in Australia and South East Asia.
Our products are in compliance with Regulation (EU) No 305/2011 (the Construction Products Regulation). Reaction to fire class: Bfl – s1
The DGNB navigator provides, among other things, architects and construction managers with relevant information about the product that is easy to download and understand. The information is based on data from the EPD.
Bolon's floors are Floorscore certified, the certification places high demands on low emissions to ensure the quality of indoor air. Floorscore certification contributes, among other things, to a higher LEED rating.
Our Greentag rating covers social responsibility, product eco-friendly composition, VOC emissions and durability.
Database with information that gives the customer the opportunity to have full control of its contents throughout the life of the floor construction. Product information is shared via eBVD document and shows full transparency.
We are a member of the Swedish Flooring Industry recycling and waste management program.
ENVIRONMENTAL PRODUCT DECLARATION
The EPDs are a transparent independently verified document for the environmental impact of the flooring, connected to its life cycle. The EPD’s are created from the standard EN 158 04 and ISO 140 25.
Published at www.environdec.com
All Bolon floor products are certified according M1. The classification presents stringent emission requirements for the building materials used in e.g. work spaces and residences with respect to good indoor air quality.
In collaboration with the Norwegian Asthma and Allergy Association.
Our products are assessed according ECOproduct system. The products are being awarded marks in environmental areas indoor air quality, content of health and environmentally hazardous substances, resource use and global warming potential.
SundaHus data is used as a tool to fulfill the customer's environmental program, to document the construction products in the building and to keep track of which products are used in the management and operation of the building. The assessment of products is based on different properties and is divided into five classes D, C-, C +, B or A where A is best. Bolon products are placed in Category B, which certifies full control of the production chain all the way down to polymer production.
The Global GreenTag Product Health Declaration™ PhD recognizes progressive manufacturers who fully disclose the toxicity information of their product ".
Input raw materials have been assessed from an environmental and work environment point of view in manufacturing and the products low emissions when used. The declaration complies with material requirements in WELL and LEED.
There are building product declarations for all our products. These declarations enable transparency throughout the construction phase.
With this label we improve our transparency and answer the question, What is in our flooring made of and where it comes from.
The Declare label evaluates a product according to its compliance of building products within the Living Building Challenge, LEED and WELL building.
The UKCA marking is the product marking used in Great Britain (England, Scotland and Wales) and applies to most products previously subject to the CE marking.