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Environmental Statement

At Dinoflex, we are constantly seeking innovative new ways to minimize our impact on the environment. Environmental awareness is evident in the development of our products, our industrial processes, the materials we use, and every facet of our business.This is what designers and architects are looking for when they choose a Green product. Our manufacturing process does not pollute the air, ground or water.


The Resilient Floor Covering Institute, in collaboration with Scientific Certification Systems, developed FloorScore to test and certify hard surface flooring products for compliance with precise indoor air quality emissions requirements. Individual volatile organic compounds are evaluated using health-based specifications. Products bearing the FloorScore label meet their indoor air emissions criteria.

Our Roots

Dinoflex is an original member of the US Green Building Council and Canadian Green Building Council. Dinoflex is a proud recipient of the ClimateSmart seal, and is an active LEAN Corporation Consortium member. Every Dinoflex employee from the office to the warehouse participates in our in-house recycling program by properly disposing of pop cans, glass, plastic bags, glossy magazines, telephone books, steel drums and other metal scraps so we can transport them to be recycled.

EPD – Environmental Product Declaration

Our Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) is a standardized way of quantifying the environmental impacts of our products under the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) with SCS Global Services Standards performing the testing. Declarations include information on the environmental impacts resulting from the grinding of used tires, raw material acquisition, energy use and efficiency, emissions to air, soil, water, waste generated and the eventual end of life recycling of the used surfaces. The focus of the EPD is to illustrate the life cycle of Dinoflex’s products with our main goal being to have as little environmental impact as possible.


*An EPD is created and verified in accordance with the International Standard ISO 14025, developed by ISO. EPD’s are based on a life cycle assessment according to ISO 14040 and ISO 14044.


Reduce Reuse Recycle

Our recycled rubber flooring outlasts many types of traditional commercial flooring products when exposed to normal foot traffic stress. Up to 90 per cent of Dinoflex flooring consists of recycled, post-consumer tire rubber. This recycled crumb rubber is produced within a 500-mile radius of our factory and our water-based polymer binder is manufactured on site. Dinoflex Recycled Rubber Flooring is virtually maintenance free, which is a chief trait of all our products.




Dinoflex is a proud participant of the world-renowned ClimateSmart program. For many years ClimateSmart has been recognized for their work helping businesses calculate emissions, reduce their carbonfootprint, and cut production costs. As part of the ClimateSmart program, Dinoflex was required to complete a greenhouse gas emissions inventory and submit a list of environmental impact strategies.

U.S. Green Building Council

The USGBC works to provide policymakers and community leaders with the tools they need to encourage building a greener tomorrow. Members of the USGBC such as Dinoflex have a standard and guideline from which they can determine the sustainability of their building projects. This plays a critical and influential role in developing the potentialof green buildings and communities.

LEED – Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design

The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) is a Green Building Rating System™ which encourages and accelerates global adoption of sustainable green building and development practices through the creation and implementation of universally understood and accepted tools and performance criteria.

For more information on how DINOFLEX® products contribute to LEED points, see our brochures.

For more information on LEED, click on the Canada Green Building Council and US Green Building Council links below:

Investing in the Future

The Green Schoolhouse Series

The Green Schoolhouse Series is a collaborative effort that brings together corporations, foundations, school districts, municipalities, communities, media outlets, and volunteers to build innovative, environmentally sustainable, LEED-Platinum designed Green Schoolhouses. Green schools do not only increase the quality of education, they offer financial and environmental benefits.