Emser expands Material Bank collections

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material bankLos Angeles, Calif.—Emser Tile expanded its collections available on sampling powerhouse Material Bank. Design professionals who rely on the service to search and sample materials will now find over 130 Emser collections for their perusal.

“Emser Tile remains one of the most comprehensive sources for interior and exterior products, and the inclusion of more collections on Material Bank demonstrates the breadth of what is available now,” said Mara Villanueva-Heras, vice president of marketing. “It also represents an important step in our continued dedication to supporting our customers’ experience with our company on every level and through every platform.”

Emser Tile is one of the founding members of Material Bank, and strongly identifies with its focus on sustainability and the environment. Material Bank is one of the fastest, most sustainable ways to search and sample. Every order ships 100% carbon neutral in proprietary packaging that safely delivers samples in one box without excess bubble wrap, peanuts and packaging. Material Bank’s innovative sample reclamation program allows unneeded samples to be reused and recycled instead of reaching landfills. These sampling efforts complement Emser Tile’s commitment to sustainability, according to the company.

In addition to Material Bank, Emser said it is also proud to be a part of the International Living Future Institute’s Declare program. Emser’s notation of “Red List Free” can fulfill the credit disclosure requirements for LEED v4. These two partnerships allow Emser to continue providing sustainable solutions for customers, the company said.

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