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With a  love with its roots in antiquity, and great respect: this is how Ragno has always regarded “earth” in the sense of both ceramic raw material and our planet itself. Loving ceramics also means loving nature. Ragno directs its production strategy towards ecosustainable goals, with a responsible attitude to the environment and people.
The rational, intelligent use of natural resources and energy and investment in plants with state-of-the-art technologies enable us to minimise environmental impact, by reusing waste materials and water in the production cycle.

Ragno views environmental protection, and the safeguarding of its employees’ physical and mental health and safety, as an essential prerogative, going hand in hand with its commitment to the development of sustainable research.

 

ISO 9001
ISO 9001

As long ago as 1994, to obtain ISO 9001 Quality certification, opting for certification of its product design and development, production processes, products and services with the highest technical content.

 

ISO 9001 (185.1 KB)

ISO 9001 Spain (825.0 KB)

ISO 14001
ISO 14001

During 2004, obtained ISO 14001 international certification which sets the prerequisites for the implementation, development and maintenance of an environmental management system, undertaking to control the environmental impacts of its production process with a view to continual improvement.

 

ISO 14001 (2.1 MB)

ISO 45001
ISO 45001

Marazzi Group has certified its commitment to the continuous improvement and direct involvement of all staff in the Occupational Health and Safety management system under the OHSAS 18001, now superseded by the ISO 45001 international standard, since 2018.

 

ISO 45001 (450.0 KB)

CE Marking
CE Marking

Ragno has fulfilled the requirements necessary for use of the CE marking on its products. The relative commercial documentation is available for consultation by dealers, professionals and users on the product web pages of this site.

 

Accompanying Documents CE (240.3 KB)

QB UPEC
QB UPEC

French QB UPEC certification provides the user with a quality guarantee: it confirms that the products delivered, marked with the QB and UPEC logos, comply with the prerequisites of the NF EN
14411 standard in accordance with the current certification rules and that they have the performance characteristics specified in the CSTB (Centre Scientifique et Technique du Bâtiment - Scientific
and Technical Centre for Building) “Technical Specifications for the UPEC Classification of Ceramic Floor Coverings”. The four letters refer to:

U: resistance to foot traffic wear
P: mechanical resistance to the shifting of movable
and fixed objects
E: resistance to water
C: resistance to commonly used chemicals

 

CCC certification
CCC certification

CCC certification, introduced in 2002, applies to products both imported to and produced in China for use on the country’s market. Information concerning CCC Certification generally relates to health and safety. In the case of ceramic tiles, reference is made specifically only to porcelain tiles having water absorption of 0.5% or less. Certification is obtained through institutions specifically accredited by the Chinese authorities, all based i China.

 

GPP

Ragno is registered with Confindustria Ceramica (the Italian Ceramics Industrialists’ Association) as qualified under the GPP (Good Phytosanitary Practices) programme for the control and shipment of ceramic tiles destined for the USA. 

 

Green Building Council Italia
Green Building Council Italia

Ragno is a brand of Marazzi Group S.r.l. which is a member of the Green Building Council Italia, an association that promotes sustainable energy-efficient building practices, which are environmentally friendly and help improve the quality of life through LEED® certification standards.

 

LEED Certification (331.8 KB)

Leed® Credit
Leed® Credit

Voluntary LEED® (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification is the most widespread international protocol for green building and sustainable architecture promoted by the U.S Green Building Council. The LEED® rating system is structured into 9 categories, each of which is organized into mandatory prerequisites and credits determined by the characteristics of the project. Thanks to the environmental quality of the entire industrial production cycle, all Ragno’s ceramic and porcelain stoneware products are eligible for LEED® credits for buildings, in particular for thematic areas related to Materials and Resources (MR), Sustainable Site (SS) and Indoor Environmental Quality (EQ).

Greenguard
Greenguard

GREENGUARD GOLD Certification ensures that a product has met some of the world's most rigorous and comprehensive standards for low emissions of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) into indoor air. More information is available on the site: http://spot.ulprospector.com

EPD
EPD

Marazzi Group has assessed its products' environmental impact throughout their life cycle, from extraction and processing of the raw materials through to the recycling of demolition spoil. The findings of this LCA (Life Cycle Assessment), performed in accordance with the ISO 14040 series international standards, have been published in the Environmental Product Declaration (ISO 14025 and EN 15804), contributing to the attainment of LEED certification credits.

 

Declare Label
Declare Label

Declare is a voluntary self-declaration programme that aims to steer the building materials industry towards healthier, more eco-friendly products through transparent ingredient disclosure.

Marazzi Group’s self-declared products are classified as “Red List Free”, i.e. they do not contain any ingredients on the Living Building Challenge “Red List”:


• no chemicals that pollute the environment
• no chemicals that bio-accumulate up the food chain until they reach toxic concentrations
• no chemicals that harm construction and factory workers

HPD (Health Product Declaration)

Marazzi Group manufactures its products using raw materials of natural origin, such as clays, feldspars, sands and inorganic pigments. To guarantee transparency of information, the Company publishes an HPD (Health Product Declaration), a selfdeclaration on the chemical composition of the product, which allows users to assess the degree and type of hazard associated with individual components of construction products. The HPD is recognised within the LEED credits system.

 

HPD (102.7 KB)