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A simpler, smarter, more transparent specification process
We’re fully transparent regarding our products' environmental impact and ingredient disclosure. We go the extra mile to attain third-party certification and verification, as well as optimization of EPDs, Declare Labels (100ppm and red list free), and our porcelain tile HPD.
That’s our commitment to you.






about LCA & EPD

LCA is the study of the impact of a product on the environment from sourcing through manufacture, distribution, use, removal/disposal and renewal (through recycling or other means). EPDs are individual product summaries, similar to nutrition labels on foods, that present a snapshot of key information gained from LCAs to allow designers and architects to clearly evaluate the sustainability of a particular product over its entire life cycle.


Crossville Porcelain Tile EPD
Crossville Porcelain Tile Panels (Laminam) EPD
Crossville Porcelain Countertops EPD

Crossville Porcelain Tile EPD- optimization document
Crossville Porcelain Tile Panels (Laminam) 3+ EPD - optimization document
Crossville Porcelain Panels (Laminam) 5.6 EPD - optimization document
Crossville Porcelain Countertops EPD - optimization document

LCA, HPD, EPD, Declare Labels information for LEED

About HPd & Declare labels

The Health Product Declaration (HPD) is a report that gives consistent reporting on product contents and health information for products used in a built environment. The Declare Label ensures that there are no red list ingredients in our products. Red list ingredients are those considered hazardous by the International Living Future Institute. 

Crossville Porcelain Tile HPD
Crossville Porcelain Tile Panels (Laminam) HPD
Crossville Porcelain Countertops HPD

Declare Labels:
Crossville Porcelain Tile Declare Label
Crossville Porcelain Tile Panels (Laminam) Declare Label
Crossville Porcelain Countertops Declare Label

Sustainability report

Crossville was the first tile manufacturer to have a 3rd party certified sustainability report. Our goal when we embarked on the report was to provide the design community with reliable data they could trust. Since then, new mechanisms and reporting in sustainability have arisen. Still, we believe this report is a concise presentation of our reported and verified sustainable actions. 

As Crossville embarks on its 4th Sustainability Report, to be published in 2023, we look forward to sharing more on our progress towards creating the least environmental impact on the porcelain tile industry.

Click here for our Sustainability Report.


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