Dinoflex achieves first third-party verified HPD for recycled rubber flooring
Dinoflex takes tires out of landfills and repurposes them into FloorScore® certified solutions that qualify for LEED® credits.
SALMON ARM — Dinoflex, a recycled rubber flooring company, announced on Feb. 25 that the company had successfully prepared and third-party verified Health Product Declarations (HPDs) for the Evolution, Sport Mat, Nature’s Collection, Vulca-No!, Walk Soft, Next Step, Stride, PlayTiles, and NuVista. Verified by SCS Global Services, an International leader in sustainability certifications, the HPDs are the only verified HPDs available for recycled rubber flooring.
“A common misconception of recycled rubber flooring is that it does not allow the AEC community to achieve their goals of creating healthy living and working spaces for the people that occupy them. Along with our Floor Score® Certification for indoor air quality, our EPD certification and now successfully achieving our HPD certification, we are breaking down those barriers and providing viable, and more often than not, preferrable options for the design community. At Dinoflex we know rubber is highly sustainable and an easily recyclable material,” said Mark Bunz, CEO, Dinoflex Group.
Dinoflex takes tires out of landfills and repurposes them into FloorScore® certified solutions that qualify for LEED® credits. Dinoflex offers both interior flooring and exterior surfacing solutions for commercial, institutional, sport, and hospitality applications.
Dinoflex joins the HPD Collaborative and their members, sharing a common purpose to improve the transparency of information and the material health of the built environment. Using a consensus-based, stakeholder process, HPDC members create, support and evolve the HPD Open Standard.