Product certification



    UPEC is a product certification issued by the French institution CSTB, verifying the technical suitability of the products related to their intended use.

    CSTB UPEC – Blustyle products


    The CE mark is a safety certification required by the European Union with the intention of safeguarding health and safety.


    The KEY-MARK and the Certiquality-UNI marks confirm that the certified products are compliant with the EU laws regarding ceramic tiles.


    The Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) is a transparency tool that communicates the environmental performances of Blustyle porcelain tile through a Life Cycle Assessment (LCA). Blustyle products have a type III specific EPD. This is certified by an independent third party according to EN 14025 and EN 15804 standards (applicable PCR). EPD certified products are required by the main construction certifying bodies such as LEED (international), BREEAM (England), HQE (France), and DGNB (Germany), as well as the legislative frameworks in Italy (requisites for sustainable public contracts).


    GREENGUARD certifies products that guarantee the highest standards of air quality in indoor environments. All porcelain stoneware Blustyle collections have obtained GREENGUARD GOLD certification, i.e. the UL standard with the strictest VOC emission limits, and are therefore able to ensure that they are as healthy as possible for the people who use and inhabit these environments. They can therefore be used in environments such as schools and health facilities, attended by sensitive individuals such as children and the elderly. GREENGUARD GOLD is a widely recognised certification required by sustainable building programmes and design and construction regulations around the world, such as LEED (international) and BREEAM (UK).

    UL – Blustyle products


    It is a voluntary certification that gives additional value to Blustyle products because they are manufactured according to the highest standards of sustainability and responsibility.

    Blustyle – 40% pre consumer recycled material certificate


     Blustyle is a member of the U.S. Green Building Council and of the Green Building Council ITALIA. These organizations promote the construction of buildings and other works which respect the environment as well as the health and well-being of the people who live and work within them.


    The Singapore Green Labelling Scheme (SGLS) is Singapore’s leading environmental standard and certification mark, with over 3800 unique products certified in 43 countries around the world. It has been administered by the Singapore Environment Council (SEC) since 1999. SGLS assesses the product life cycle from extraction of raw materials to production, distribution, use and end-of-life management. The scheme’s high certification standards enable manufacturers to comply with international environmental best practices in their production process.

    Singapore Green Labelling Scheme



    Company quality control certification


    In accordance to the ISO 9001 certification, every passage in the production process, from the arrival of the raw material to the packaging of the finished product, is verified by experienced personnel through accurate quality control. The quality of the Panariagroup production sites is audited yearly by an external agency through detailed visits.

    ISO 9001 Blustyle Panariagroup


    In accordance to the ISO 14001 certification, all the environmental aspects concerned in the production of our tiles are constantly monitored, guaranteeing the use of the best technologies on the market in order to reduce the environmental impact. The environmental system of the Panariagroup production sites is audited yearly by an external agency through detailed visits.

    ISO 14001 Panariagroup


    The EU EMAS Eco-Management and Audit Scheme for organisations requires the creation of a complete system of environmental management based on constant improvement. The system is based on the establishment of a rapport of cooperation and trust with employees, local authorities and the public. An Environmental Declaration is the final product of such process.

    EMAS Fiorano Modenese
    EMAS Toano
    EMAS Finale Emilia