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Technical Toolbox

EPD


This declaration is an environmental product declaration (EPD) in accordance with ISO 14025. The Tile Council of North America (TCNA) has produced an environmental product declaration (EPD) to identify the various environmental impacts of ceramic tile over its life cycle. In addition to providing basic product definition and information about the basic material, the EPD identifies the origin of ceramic tile and lists building physics. The declaration also includes a description of the tile manufacturing process, indicates the steps of processing the material, explains in-use conditions, and offers life cycle assessment results and results from testing and verifications with respect to tile.

North American EPD Italian Ceramic Tile

HPD


A summary of product contents and results from screening individual chemical substances against HPD Priority Hazard Lists and the Green Screen for Safer Chemicals®.

HPD - Florida Tile HPD - Panariagroup (Cotto d'Este USA)

Material Ingredient Guide


TCNA Material Ingredient Guide, the first of its kind by any building product industry, provides information about the material ingredients used industry-wide by North American tile, mortar, and grout manufacturers, provides in-depth health assessments of those materials, and is a resource for manufacturers to use when providing the content and chemical makeup of their products or material ingredient transparency.

Material Ingredient Guide

Life Cycle Cost Study


Life-Cycle Costs for various floor finishes (per square foot)

Life Cycle Cost Study

Tile + Green Building Credits and Requirements


Green Building standards, codes, and rating systems. Guide to get points, credits, and compliance for ceramic tile. This resource is an at-a-glance chart outlining the requirements for tile and green building, as well as the opportunities to get points or credits for compliance.

Credits and Requirements Listing

Florida Tile Collection Technical Sheets


Find the technical specifications of each Florida Tile collection here.

See Florida Tile Technical Sheets
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