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New Online Tool Designed to Help with LEED Calculations

 

March 24, 2009

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nora® Offers Green Flooring Alternatives

The noraplan environcare™ line was created by nora with the help of architects, designers and health care professionals. Included in the lineup are numerous standard and specialty flooring options for education and health care facilities, including acoustic and static dissipative alternatives. Available in 48 soothing, nature-inspired colors, noraplan environcare sets a new standard by offering the perfect flooring solution for virtually any application. nora floor coverings and adhesives are GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality Certified®, have extremely low life-cycle costs, and can contribute to up to eight LEED credits.

For more information, visit www.norarubber.com

 


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