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Green Tag for Signature Rubber Flooring

Flexo from Signature Floors has become Australia’s first Eco-Specifier Green Tag GreenRate certified rubber flooring.

Green Tag for Signature Rubber Flooring


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December 1st, 2011


We’ve always loved Flexo for its range of colours – including forest, jungle, apple and olive – and its range of textures – smooth, studded or textured.

 

 

Now there’s even more reason to love Flexo, as it recently achieved 100% of the points in the Green Star Materials Calculator, giving it the highest accreditation possible for a commercial carpet and flooring product and making it Australia’s first Eco-Specifier Green Tag Green Rate certified rubber flooring.

 

At a time when the demand for green buildings is at an all-time high, with specifiers seeking products that stand out for their sustainable qualities, EcoSpecifier Green Tag and Green Rate are a vital measure of products that have met rigorous standards required for green building and a safer environment.

 

Flexo contains up to 30% post-industrial recycled content and is produced under ISO 14001 certified conditions, where attention to material waste and energy efficiency are closely controlled.

A low VOC emission product, Flexo can gain specifiers an additional 2 points in indoor environment quality (Greenstar IEQ).

Flexo rubber tile comes with a 12 year warranty, making it a cost efficient and high performing addition to any Greenstar project.

 

Featured project ANZ Centre, HASSELL and Lend Lease design – architects in collaboration. Interior design by HASSELL.

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