Innovation and sustainability
We produce high quality ceramic wall tiles that are long-lasting and resistant, focusing on energy savings and a reduction in polluting sources to protect the environment.
Research and the application of innovative tools and technological processes in the production of indoor and outdoor wall coverings conveys the business strategy of Ceramica Fioranese which is based on the principles of social responsibility and environmental sustainability.
Sustainability is a continuous and in-depth process that involves all aspects of the company: from the quality of the products, to the experience of those who use them. We follow virtuous ethical and eco-friendly principles aimed at increasing safety to offer products that meet the declared standards of aesthetics, physical characteristics and technical performance, and that are long-lasting and renewable over time.
We produce long-lasting and resistant eco-friendly wall tiles in porcelain stoneware, supporting a series of concrete actions such as energy saving, optimisation of waste production, reduction of polluting sources. For us, sustainability means reducing environmental impact by maximising the use of recycled materials to reduce the use of natural raw materials. Our efforts have long been aimed at reducing energy consumption, water consumption, CO2 emissions and atmospheric emissions, thanks to production plants equipped with the best available technologies that meet the applicable regulations, and a management system designed to minimise waste.
The safety and physical-mental wellbeing of people is our absolute priority which we pursue through continuous technical and organisational implementations, as well as training and refresher programs that ensure compliance with the established safety and environmental standards.
Since 2015, COEM S.p.A. has been implementing, maintaining and certifying a Management System compliant with the main international benchmark in terms of Occupational Health and Safety, obtaining certification of compliance first with the British standard, and since October 2020 with the highest-level international standard available, UNI ISO 45001:2018 (the first international regulation that sets out the
minimum standards of good practice for the protection of workers worldwide).