Protecting the planet

with innovative,

sustainable solutions

Resilient flooring is not only a great choice for versatile, cost effective flooring solutions – it’s also a great choice for the environment. New innovations are continually being introduced to improve product recycling, indoor air quality, lower VOC emissions, and contribute to a healthier planet.

RFCI is leading the way in sustainability with our popular FloorScore® program, the new NSF 332 Sustainability Assessment for Resilient Flooring , a multi-attribute, Life Cycle Assessment based program, and Environmental Product Declaration (EPD). Learn more about the sustainability of resilient flooring by browsing the information below.


NSF Sustainability Assessment

Certification to a national standard by a third-party, independent certifier enables flooring manufacturers to demonstrate their commitment to sustainability.Learn More



Meeting the stringent requirements for healthy indoor air quality through a voluntary, independent certification program.Learn More


EPD Environmental Product Declaration

The label that discloses the life-cycle, environmental impacts of products and services addressing the need for clear, credible, third-party certified information.Learn More


PTD Product Transparency Declaration

The label that discloses product ingredients and associated exposure risks.Learn More

Educational COURSES

  • Color Foundations
    Provides an overview of color basics, including terminology, color perception, the psychology of color, how light affects color, and current styles and color trends.
  • Color and Light
    Provides an overview of the properties of color and light. The program includes discussions on types of lighting, metamerism, Color Rendering Index (CRI), and Light Reflectance Value (LRV) and how they affect design choices.
  • Color, Light and Metamerism
    Provides an overview of color, light, and metamerism and how they affect design choices.
  • Concrete Flooring – Avoiding Failure
    Provides an overview of how moisture affects concrete flooring systems, the means to evaluate and measure moisture emissions, and options for mitigating moisture to prevent flooring failure.
  • Life Cycle Assessment (LCA)
    Provides an overview of Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) and includes discussions on the history of LCA, and LCA methodology.
  • Origins of Color and Pigments
    Provides an overview of the origins and evolution of color pigments by looking at historical civilizations and time periods.
  • Economics of Green Building
    This LEED® Specific course provides an overview of the economics of LEED® green building design and includes discussions on economic, environmental and social impacts.
  • Functional Color and Design in Education Environments
    Smart choices in color and design facilitate the learning process.
  • Floating Floor Surfaces
    Specifying vinyl floor tile and plank without using adhesives.