Sustainable ESD Flooring
Breathe easy knowing that every StaticSmart® ESD flooring product is sustainable and FloorScore® or CRI Green Label Plus® certified.
StaticSmart® ESD carpet tile and resilient flooring products offering reflects our commitment to the environment.
ESD Carpet Tile Products
Every StaticSmart® ESD Carpet Tile product is CRI Green Label Plus® Certified for indoor air quality, 100% recyclable, and Cradle to Cradle Certified® at the Silver Level.
StaticSmart® by Julie Industries, Inc. is a participant in The Carpet and Rug Institute’s Green Label Plus® Indoor Air Quality Carpet Testing Program.
Resilient Flooring Products
Our StaticSmart® resilient flooring products are FloorScore® Certified.
LEED Platinum Rated
StaticSmart® sustainable flooring contributed toward the design and certification of a LEED project.
® ESDvantage & SDT+ Flooring Adhesive products are FloorScore® certified.
ESD Flooring In LEED Platinum Sports Arena
StaticSmart® ESD Flooring Installed At First LEED Platinum Sports Arena
When the NBA’s Sacramento Kings were looking to design their new Sports Arena at the Golden 1 Center, the design firm, AECOM, behind the project chose StaticSmart®’s ESD Carpet Tile LAN 4.1 series to protect their state-of-the-art technology equipment against damage caused by static electricity.
- Cradle to Cradle Certified® ESD Flooring
- Green Label Plus® Flooring
- 100% Recyclable ESD Flooring
- FloorScore® Certified Resilient Flooring
Cradle to Cradle Certified® ESD Flooring
CRI’s Green Label Plus Testing Program For ESD Flooring
Green Label Plus® meets, and even exceeds, California’s indoor quality standards for low emitting products used in commercial settings such as schools and office buildings. To receive Green Label Plus® certification, carpet and adhesive products must undergo a 14- day testing process, as required by Section 01350 guidelines, that measures emissions for a range of chemicals and is administered by an independent laboratory. The test methodology for small-scale environmental chamber testing was developed in cooperation with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). For more information about the Green Label Plus® testing program, visit The Carpet And Rug Institute’s website here.
StaticSmart® ESD Flooring by Julie Industries, Inc. is a participant in The Carpet and Rug Institute’s Green Label Plus® Indoor Air Quality Carpet Testing Program. Our ESD Carpet Tile styles; Discovery Series Carpet Tile, Presidential Series Carpet Tile, LAN 4.0, LAN 4.1, LAN 4.2, and Colonial Series all meet the requirements of the testing program. See StaticSmart® Green Label Plus® Certification here for our ESD Flooring.
Recycling ESD Carpet
How ESD Flooring Contributes To LEED
Developed by the United States Green Building Council (USGBC), the LEED Rating System defines the standards in what it takes to make a “green building” and provides guidelines in designing and building environmentally friendly structures. As one component among a list of building materials, a sustainable carpet system can contribute toward the design and certification of a LEED building. Meeting the minimum credit requirements often requires the LEED team to specify a multitude of environmentally responsible products, including, but not limited to carpet. It is important for the LEED team to remember that carpet is just one component among a very long list that makes up a green building. No product may be accurately called “LEED CERTIFIED”. There is no product certification program sanctioned by LEED. The very best we can do as carpet manufacturers are to point out the categories where our products are additive to the pursuit of a LEED point. Learn more about how ESD Flooring contributes to LEED.
ESD Carpet Tile Sustainability
StaticSmart® Plus Styles
FloorScore® Certified Resilient Flooring
FloorScore® is a third-party certification that tests and measures the risks to indoor air quality. A primary concern of indoor air quality is the emission level of specific volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Poor indoor air quality is caused by inadequate ventilation, poor cleaning, and/or excessive emissions of VOCs from surfaces and finishes. Products bearing the FloorScore® label meet the stringent indoor air quality emissions criteria.