Dal-Tile showcased in Mohawk ESG Report 2022

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ESG Report 2022Dallas, Texas—Dal-Tile and its tile brands—Daltile, Marazzi and American Olean—are part of the newly released Mohawk Industries Environmental, Social and Governance Report (ESG Report 2022). Dal-Tile, a subsidiary of Mohawk Industries, is making the ESG Report 2022 easily accessible to customers via the Daltile, Marazzi and American Olean websites.

“Our Dal-Tile team is keenly focused on demanding the very best from ourselves as we strive to lead by example with eco-friendly choices and business practices that are grounded in integrity and responsibility,” said Matt Kahny, president of Dal-Tile. “We are passionate about producing outstanding, innovative products that exceed our customers’ expectations while also ensuring we are good stewards of our communities, people and planet.”

Paij Thorn-Brooks, vice president of marketing, Dal-Tile, added, “As we continue to increase the strength of our sustainability platform, responsible manufacturing remains a major focus for Dal-Tile. Currently, our tiles are made from only natural materials: water, clay, sand, feldspar and other minerals. Our tiles contain zero VOCs, zero PVCs, zero allergens and zero formaldehyde. More than 99% of Dal-Tile’s beautiful and durable floor and wall tile collections contain recycled or reclaimed materials.”

In North America, Dal-Tile’s tile manufacturing plants recover and reuse wastewater generated in the production process, preventing 125 million gallons from entering local municipal water treatment facilities, according to Thorn-Brooks. “Many additional successes are also part of Dal-Tile’s overall sustainability program,” she said. “We look forward to doing great things as we continue to grow our multi-facetted sustainability program. Our commitment to having a positive impact on the world around us is one of the core pillars of our business.”

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