Certified quality

Iris Ceramica surfaces have been certified compliant with the requirements of the Green Building Council’s LEED sustainability protocol

Iris Ceramica is a full member of the Green Building Council Italia.
All this is because, in the eyes of the company’s founder, Romano Minozzi, the equation ECONOMY=ECOLOGY continues to apply as never before, in the context of the constant prioritisation of Quality, meaning first and foremost the quality of life of each of us. Further absolute proof of this is provided by the latest innovation Iris Ceramica has launched on the market: Active Surfaces®.

This is a production methodology involving the application of micrometric particles of titanium dioxide, which exploits photocatalysis to allow the production of ceramic slabs with real anti-bacterial and antiviral, anti-pollutant, anti-odour and self-cleaning properties, that make an effective contribution to improving quality of life.
Active Surfaces® material is a revolutionary breakthrough: inert ceramics become eco-active.

ISO 45001:2018
This is an international standard directed towards risk assessment through an occupational health and safety management system, permitting organisations to continuously improve their observance of legal requirements.
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ISO 14001:2015
This is an Environmental Management System, which demonstrates the validity of the measures adopted by the Company to protect the internal and external environment. Through this certification, our company confirms its commitment to ensuring observance of laws concerning the environment and to managing, preserving and, where possible, reducing the use of natural resources, minimising pollution.
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ISO 9001:2015
For corporate Quality system management. The certification, valid at an international level, concerns corporate management in its entirety, from research and development to production, and from distribution to customer support. This system certifies that the Company has implemented an internal quality management system.
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ISO 50001:2018
Energy Management Systems certification: an international standard that enables continual improvement of energy performance through the implementation of an energy management system, thus permitting a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions as well as related energy costs.
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Already widespread and active in more than 40 countries, the LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification system assesses and attests to the environmental, social and economic sustainability of buildings considered as a whole. According to the LEED classification criteria, highly environmentally sustainable construction materials contribute to achieving credits and increasing the points for the building. All the slabs presented in this instrument are certified to contain percentage of recycled material higher than 40% in accordance with the ISO 14021 standard, thus guaranteeing the highest points according to the LEED system.
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Product quality seal issued by CSTB (French Standards organisation)
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Product quality seal equivalent to UNI but for Bielorus

Product quality seal equivalent to UNI but for Hungary

Product quality seal equivalent to UNI but for Poland

Chinese quality seal certifying the low radioactivity of materials
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Premio per l'innovazione
A prize to Romano Minozzi, company chairman, for his important contribution to the ceramics industry.

Tests normally required in the US

EMAS (Sassuolo)
The EU EMAS (Eco-Management and Audit Scheme) is a voluntary instrument in which businesses and organisations can participate. Our Company has decided to do so in order to pursue and make visible the continuous improvement of our environmental performance, which is made available to the public through the environmental statement.
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Logotypy NIZP-PZH

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Chinese quality seal certifying the low radioactivity of materials
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Cradle to Cradle Silver Level

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