Crossville receives Living Product Challenge certification

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Living Product ChallengeCrossville, Tenn.—Three tile collections from Crossville Inc., have received the prestigious Living Product Challenge Petal Certification with 14 of 20 imperatives achieved in the seven categories. It is a recognition program of the International Living Future Institute. The Retro Active 2.0, Shades 2.0 and Color Blox 2.0 collections are now Petal Certified.

The Living Product Challenge is organized in seven performance areas, known as Petals, with each area consisting of detailed requirements. The Retro Active 2.0, Shades 2.0 and Color Blox 2.0 collections achieved full petals in the following:

  • Water Petal
    • 2/2 for meeting requirements that included net positive for water
  • Beauty Petal
    • 2/2 for meeting requirements that included beauty and spirit, inspiration and education and positive hand printing
  • Health Petal
    • 3/3 for meeting requirements that included Red List, transparent material health and human thriving

Using the Living Product Challenge framework, consumers can choose products that are healthy and free of toxins, know that manufacturers are socially responsible and respect the rights of workers and are net positive that benefit both people and the environment.

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