Two natural roofing slates from CUPA PIZARRAS have been assessed and certified by BRE Global, the expert in Life Cycle Assessment.
As well as this, its environmental product declarations are now listed in the Green Book Live database.
HEAVY 3 and CUPA 12 slate verification is an important milestone for CUPA PIZARRAS in terms of sustainability and transparency – thanks to BRE Global certification, both natural roofing slates have their environmental product declarations listed in the Green Book Live database.
This certification also proves the high-quality of CUPA’s natural roofing slate, as well as showing the brand’s goal of reducing its environmental impact to the minimum.
HEAVY 3 and CUPA 12 stand out for their excellent technical properties, which make them a great choice for durable projects.
High-quality natural slate is truly resistant and performant, and it requires virtually zero maintenance.
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