As a member of the USGBC, ILVA is focused and guided by sustainable development of its products.
Our idea of sustainable development is to satisfy the needs of present human generations without compromising future possibilities by preserving the environment so that these needs can be satisfied not only in the present, but also in future generations.
ILVA products are controlled and produced according to ISO international standards, European UNI and EN, and Americans ASTM. ILVA’s technical characteristics meet every requirement established by each of these standard Organizations.
Technical specifications which follow International standards are required by manufacturers, distributors, architects, engineers, installers and consumers around the world.
In 1998, ILVA implemented a Quality Management System certified ISO 9001, that is periodically monitored by Bureau Veritas which ensures its strong commitment to product quality and customer satisfaction.
Reaffirming our commitment to protect the environment and our leadership in innovation and market trends, we have certified our Ecoland series with Bureau Veritas, and Marmi series with SCS, international recognized certifying agencies, the content of at least 24% of recycled material.
* Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (criteria developed by USGBC)
Reaffirming our commitment to protect the environment and our leadership in innovation and market trends, we have certified our series ECOLAND, MARMI and BUENOS AIRES MOOD with Scientific Certification System (SCS) as a product of low volatile organic compound emissions and containing a minimum of 20% pre-consumer recycled mineral content.
Both certificates may contribute in the obtention of LEED points* in the process of green building certification under the standards of the USGBC (U.S. Green Building Council), organization of which ILVA is member since 2008.
ILVA is the first company in the world, with the exception of U.S. companies, to certify with SCS the content of recycled material and to obtain FloorScore label.
* Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design.
Criteria developed by U.S Green Building Council (USGBC)