Outstanding floor coverings for outstanding educational facilities

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Whether it’s grade school, a university, or a private kindergarten, educational institutions today are competing for the confidence of parents, children, and educators. This confidence can be shaken by news reports about bad room air. Keep this from happening at your by avoiding emissions from the outset.

Good indoor air quality begins with the floor

Due to the large area it covers, flooring has a significant impact on emissions in a room. For a healthy learning environment, nora rubber floors are ideal, because they have been tested for emissions and are free from plasticizers (especially phthalates). Moreover, they contain no chlorine-based organic compounds.

That means you are on the safe side

nora rubber floor coverings meet the “Blue Angel” health protection requirements for low emissions, as well as many other international environmental standards ((link to environmental standards)). You will have the peace of mind that comes with knowing you have done everything you can to ensure a healthy learning environment for children, students, teachers, and caregivers.

Sandra Rehm

Breathe easily

“As a kindergarten teacher, I have a special responsibility. It is important to me that my charges feel comfortable with me. The environment plays an important role in this. nora system blue is certified as low-emission, and thus offers the best possible contribution to protecting children’s physical well-being.”


Sarah Rehm, kindergarten teacher

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Top marks for sustainable construction

nora systems GmbH is one of the founders and an active member of the German Sustainable Building Council e.V. (DGNB). The DGNB has developed a system that rates building in the categories of ecology, economy, and quality, among others, and thus makes it possible to compare the sustainability of different solutions. nora rubber floors always receive top marks in these ratings. 

Toxic indoor air: the solution lies in the right building concept

Infographic: Building design and indoor air

The graphic illustrates that energy-optimized construction can control interior air pollution.

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