Environmental Rduct Declaration

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ENVIRONMENTAL PRODUCTDECLARATIONIn accordance with EN 15804 and ISO 14025TMEcophon FocusProgramme: The International EPD System, www.environdec.comProgramme operator: EPD International ABVersion: 1.0Registration number: S-P-03223Date of publication (issue): 2021-03-05Date of revision: 2021-03-05Date of validity: 2026-03-05In accordance with ISO 14025, ISO 21930 and EN 15804

Summary Environmental product declarationContent summaryVerified by (external thirdparty verifier)Martin Erlandsson, IVL Swedish Environmental ResearchInstituteProgramme usedThe International EPD System. For more information seewww.environdec.comS-P-03223Registration NoOwners declaration byDeclaration as constructionproductsValidityContent of the declarationSaint-Gobain Ecophon ABBox 500265 03 HyllingeSwedenThe products to be verified herein are acoustic glass woolpanels made for sound absorbing ceilings.The present environmental product declaration complieswith standard ISO 14025 and describes the environmentalimpact. Its purpose is to promote compatible andsustainable environmental development of relatedconstruction methods.Reference PCR document: EN 15804 as the core PCR International EPD System Product Category Rules – PCR forconstructions products and construction services, Acousticalsystems solutions (sub-oriented PCR; appendix to PCR2012:01) - previously Acoustic ceilings. EPD of constructionproducts may not be comparable if they do not comply withEN 15804.2026-03-05This is an environmental product declaration containingenvironmental information of the product in the Ecophonfamily Focus. The values presented in this EPD arerepresented for the following products:Focus A, Focus B, Focus C, Focus Ds, Focus Dg, Focus D/A,Focus E, Focus Ez, Focus F, Focus Lp, Focus SQ, FocusFlexiformUN CPC (Central ProductClassification) CODESupplemental product information can be found atwww.ecophon.com3799037129Issued date2021-03-05Product responsible:Independent third party verifier:Thomas RoulProduct Engineering & Development ManagerSaint-Gobain Ecophon ABMartin ErlandssonLCA Business Development ManagerIVL

Product descriptionProduct description and description of use:This Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) describes the environmental impact of 1m ² ofacoustic ceiling with the intended use to increase sound absorption in a room to create abetter indoor environment.This Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) are valid for products produced in Ecophonproduction plants in Sweden, Denmark, Poland and Finland with a high-quality glass wool indifferent densities and thicknesses. The glass wool is covered with a painted or woven surfacelayer and cut into panels of different sizes and edge designs. The edges are painted and thepanels are packed in cardboard boxes.The structure of glass wool gives the material excellent sound energy absorption properties.Sound absorption is the main function of acoustic glass wool panels. The panels are also light,stable, and easy to handle and cut.Acoustic glass wool panels are commonly used in schools, offices, health care facilities andproduction premises where there is a need for noise reduction to improve the workingenvironment. The decrease in reverberation time, sound pressure level and other acousticparameters are related to the amount of panels used in the room as well as the placement ofthe panels. The acoustic panels need no maintenance and do not age. They can last as longas the building itself. For aesthetic reasons, normal room surface cleaning is advised.Description of the main product components and materials for 1 m ² of product:ParameterValue (Weight in %)Post-consumer recycled contentProduct thicknessGlass woolWaterborne paintGlass tissueWaterborne gluePlastic wrapping20-40 mm83% - 91%2% - 3%7% - 12%2% - 3%30 g70%-Total weightsProductTotal weight [kg]Focus FocusFocus A Focus BCDsFocus DgFocus D/AFocus E1,82,92,83,12,82,8Focus Ez2,4Focus F4,1Focus Lp3,1Focus SQ2,92,9All raw materials contributing more than 5% to any environmental impact are listed in the tableabove. The panels are free from substances of very high concern (SVHC). The product containsno substances from the REACH Candidate list (of 15.06.2018).If there in future occur production changes that generate an increased impact larger than10% the EPD will be updated and re-verified.

Other environmental indicatorsRegarding the indoor environment, the Focus products are certified for or fulfil regulationsaccording to the following table:Certificate and RegulationsFinnish M1Eurofins Indoor Air ComfortLCA calculation informationDeclared unitFunctional unitSystem boundariesReference Service Life (RSL)1m² of acoustic celling panel.1m² acoustic ceiling with sound absorption class Ainstalled at an ODS of 200mm according to ISO354.Cradle to grav e: Mandatory stages A1-3, A4-5,B1-7, C1-4 and optional stage DThis EPD cov ers the env ironmental impact ofacoustic panels without grid or suspension system.50 yearsThe use of cut-off criterion on mass inputs andprimary energy at the unit process lev el (1%) and atthe information module lev el (5%).Flows related to human activ ities such as employeetransport are excluded.Cut-off rulesAllocationsGeographical coverage and time periodBiogenic carboncalculations.has notbeenincludedinThe construction of plants, production of machinesand transportation systems are excluded since therelated flows are supposed to be negligib lecompared to the production of the buildingproduct when compared at these systems lifetimelev el.Allocation criteria are based on mass.For A1-A3: GlobalFor A4 : European cov ering(2019)According to EN 15804, EPD of construction products might not be comparable if they do notcomply with this standard. According to ISO 21930, EPD’s might not be comparable if they arefrom different EPD administrating schemes.

Life Cycle stagesFlow diagram of the Life CycleCertified electricity (GO)or country specific mix

Product stage, A1-A3Description of the stage:The product stage of the glass wool products is divided into 3 modules: A1 “Raw material andsupply”, A2 “Transport to the manufacturer” and A3 “Manufacturer”. The aggregation of themodules A1, A2 and A3 is a possibility considered by the EN 15 804 standard. This rule is appliedin this EPD.A1 Raw material supplyThis module takes into account the extraction and processing of all raw materials and energywhich occur upstream to the studied manufacturing process.Specifically, the glass wool raw material supply covers production of the binder componentsand sourcing (quarry) of raw materials for fiber production, e.g. sand and borax. Besides theseraw materials, recycled materials (glass cullet) are also used as input. Other major raw materialsare paint, glass tissue and glue which also are included in the calculation. All electricity is takenaccount for in (GOs) or at least country specific mix.A2 Transport to the manufacturerThe raw materials are transported to the manufacturing site. In our case, the modellingincludes: road, boat or train transportations (average values) of each raw material.A3 ManufacturingThe manufacturing includes two steps; glass wool production and glass wool panel production.The glass wool panels are produced in a continuous online process starting with applying glasstissue on the glass wool baseboard. The panels are cut into correct size and the edges of thepanels are painted. After drying the panels are packed in cardboard boxes.Manufacturing covers all processes linked to production, which comprises various relatedoperations besides on-site activities such as grinding, painting and drying, packaging andinternal transportation. The manufacturing process also yields data on the combustion ofrefinery products, such as natural gas, diesel and gasoline, related to the production process.The environmental profile of these energy carriers is modelled for local conditions. Packagingrel 00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 00A4–A50,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 00B1–B70,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 00C1–C40,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 00DNDANDANDANDANDANDANDANDANDANDANDANDATotal A-C0,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 00Focus AFocus BFocus CFocus DsFocus DgFocus D/AFocus EFocus EzFocus FFocus LpFocus SQFocus Fle xiformA1–A30,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 00A4–A50,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 00B1–B70,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 00C1–C40,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 00DNDANDANDANDANDANDANDANDANDANDANDANDATotal A-C0,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 00Focus AFocus BFocus CFocus DsFocus DgFocus D/AFocus EFocus EzFocus FFocus LpFocus SQFocus Fle E-032,74E-03B1–B70,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 000,00E 3,01

environmental information of the product in the Ecophon family Focus. The values presented in this EPD are represented for the following products: Focus A, Focus B, Focus C, Focus Ds, Focus Dg, Focus D/A, Focus E, Focus Ez, Focus F, Focus Lp, Focus SQ, Focus Flexiform Supplemental product inf

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