Our eco labels

Dematerialization, upcycling, and life cycle management are the foundations of our ARCHISONIC® acoustic material. Instead of using new materials, we rely on recycled resources and a manufacturing and transport process that reduces emissions to an absolute minimum. We regularly have environmental compatibility tested by independent institutes and certifications.

Cradle to Cradle

The Cradle to Cradle® principle describes how products are broken down into their raw materials after use and returned to a life cycle. All ingredients are harmless to nature and waste is avoided. ARCHISONIC® was awarded bronze overall, with the areas of water stewardship and material reutilization rated gold.

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SCS Recycled Content

We are the only manufacturer on the market that can track our material throughout the entire production process. The independent institute SCS confirms that the ARCHISONIC® material consists of at least 60% recycled PET, which we obtain from water bottles. This means that we can recycle up to 88 plastic bottles per square meter of material used.

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The LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) rating system is currently the most widely used green building rating system in the world. LEED provides the framework for healthy, highly efficient and cost-saving green buildings.

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ecobau «eco 1»

The Swiss ecobau label aims to provide architects with reliable information about environmental impacts. The certificate confirms an ecologically sound building product and covers significant environmental impacts. It qualifies the products for use in "Minergie" building projects. ARCHISONIC® has received the highest rating of "eco 1".

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Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC)

ARCHISONIC® stands for a building material that improves well-being in interior spaces. The central aspect is not only acoustics, but also clean ambient air. Our material has been tested for both French and Californian regulations and has been awarded the highest standard.

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Environmental Product Declaration

The architecture industry is increasingly specifying products with transparent LCA-based environmental impact reports (EPD). We are proud to transparently and objectively disclose what our material is made of and how it impacts the environment over its lifecycle.

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Declare. Red List Free

Declare is a nutritional label for building products. It is designed to help specifiers quickly find products that meet their project requirements. Declare labels indicate all intentionally added ingredients and residues at 100 ppm (0.01%) or greater by weight in the final product. Each ingredient must be listed with a chemical name, CAS number, and percentage or percentage range.

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