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Sustainability

Johnson Tiles believes in sustainable manufacturing practices

As a responsible ceramic tile manufacturer, we are very aware of the impacts that our operations have on the environment and we are committed to minimising any negative impacts and improving overall environmental performances that protect and conserve our environment for future generations.

The Johnson Tiles Environmental Policy

 

Greenguard Gold Certified

Our factories are Greenguard Gold certified; ensuring that our products are environmentally friendly and free of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), they are certified for low chemical emissions for indoor air quality.

Recycling - Why is it important?

Recycling or re-using tiles is an important practice as, by recycling, ceramic waste doesn’t contribute to increasing landfill. This can also help by reducing the demand for natural resources. Re-used tiles can be used in mosaic projects, in art pieces or around the home. Pinterest has many creative ideas for recycling tiles. In some cases, tiles in good condition, free of grout and adhesive, may even be used again in another project. Recycled ceramics can be used in drainage materials, as bases for paths or driveways, in composite material for aggregates and in road bases under bitumen.

Tile recycling facilities

Concrush Recycling Facility
21 Racecourse Rd Teralba NSW 2284
(02) 4958 3777
www.concrush.com.au
Adelaide Waste and Recycling Centre
181 Morphett Road North Plympton SA 5037
(08) 8295 5077
www.adelaidewasteandrecyclingcentre.com.au
Capital Recycling Welshpool Yard
39 Briggs Street Welshpool WA 6106
(08) 9355 2511
www.capitalrecycling.com.au
Suez Australia Hampton Park and
Resource Recovery Park

274 Hallam Road Hampton Park VIC 3976
(03) 9799 6277
www.suez.com.au/en-au
Postans (Henderson) Yard
119 McLaughlan Road Postans WA 6167
0408 946 350
www.capitalrecycling.com.au

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