Büyükdere Caddesi,Akabe Ticaret Merkezi No: 1 Likör Yanı Sokak, Kat: 4,Daire; 401-402 Mecidiyeköy / Istanbul / TURKEY
EPD document prepared for Seranit Floor Tiles with registration number S-P-00675 has been registered and published in EPD Turkey and The International EPD System. Besides, Seranit Floor Tiles EPD document is registered in ECO Platform with registration number 00000134. Registered EPD document applies to all global markets.
Ceramic floor tiles manufactured by Seranit in Inönü Plant, Turkey and covered under this Environmental Product Declaration are primarily made of naturally occurring majör raw materials such as clay, pegmatite, and albite, but they may also include other minor raw materials such as feldspar, zinc, zircon and kaolin.
Seranit was established in 1992 as the first “Technical Porcelain” manufacturer of Turkey and has been manufacturing ceramic and 100% porcelain tiles for both interior and exterior application. Seranit adds value to spaces with an innovative approach, rich color, effect and size range, and trend-setting designs. Today, Seranit continues production at their Bilecik Plant with a production capacity of 8.5 million sqm and Inönü/Eskişehir plant with a production capacity of 10 million sqm.
Seranit, the first technical porcelain manufacturer of Turkey, is the original producer of many generic brands such as Super White that were created after an in-house R&D and P&D process. Along with standard sizes, Seranit offers 60x60cm and 60x120cm technical porcelain sizes and became the first company to introduce 90x90cm and 90x135cm tiles to the industry in 2007.
Aiming to build a better and cleaner world for the next generations, Seranit produces environmentally-friendly products within the framework of an environmentally-friendly management mentality following national and international standards. As a holder of 14001 Environmental Management System Certificate, Seranit fulfills all environmental requirements by using the right raw materials and prioritizing energy efficiency in the production processes.