Dal-Tile LLC and is brands Daltile, Marazzi, and American Olean highlight their ESG efforts in tandem with the newly-released Mohawk Industries Environmental, Social, and Governance Report (ESG). Dal-Tile, a subsidiary of Mohawk Industries, is making the ESG Report information easily accessible to customers via the Daltile, Marazzi, and American Olean websites.

“We recently launched the ‘Our Promise’ platform which outlines our commitment to three key pillars: our planet, our people, and transparent business practices. At Dal-Tile, we are passionate about creating beautiful tile responsibly, 365 days a year," said Matt Kahny, president of Dal-Tile, LLC.

The Daltile, Marazzi, and American Olean environmental sustainability efforts include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • 99% — Over 99% of our tile collections contain recycled or reclaimed materials.
  • 300 million — On average, our North American facilities recover and reuse over 300 million pounds of recycled and/or reclaimed material per year.
  • 17% — 2018 to present we have reduced our energy carbon footprint by 17%.
  • 84% — Overall, we recover and reuse 84% of all process wastewater in our US- and Mexico-based facilities.
  • 125 million — Our measures have prevented over 125 million gallons of wastewater from entering local municipal water treatment facilities annually.
  • 11% — We have reduced energy consumption by 11% at all sales service centers and distribution facilities.
  • 0% — Our tiles are made from only natural materials: water, clay, sand, feldspar, and other minerals. Our tiles contain zero VOCs, zero plastics, zero PVCs, zero allergens, and zero formaldehyde.
  • Product transparency — We have developed and continue to maintain product-specific EPDs, Declare labels, and HPDs.
  • 341 tons — We’ve recycled over 341 tons of cardboard and office paper, averaging 68 tons per year.
  • 9X — Nine of our manufacturing facilities have achieved Mohawk’s internal Zero Landfill Certification.
  • Millions — We have sent millions of pounds of materials to state-approved beneficial reuse programs.

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