An important goal for ege is to promote the health and safety of our customers when they use our products.
That’s for sure
Our products must help to maintain a safe and healthy indoor climate at your company. We guarantee you that your staff can live and work in an environment, in which their health and safety are in no way compromised by the presence of our carpets. We will apply for certificates and supply carpets with comprehensive product descriptions and declarations, including instructions for their fitting, use, maintenance and disposal.
Quality is a keyword for all our products and services: It is an entrenched part of our business philosophy and of everything we do. We define quality as the sense of security that is created when we achieve a balance between the client’s expectations of our products and services, and their experience of these.
ISO 9001 is a certified quality system that supports us in achieving our quality objectives. At the same time the system ensures that we continually develop and deliver our products and services with a high uniform level of quality. Our quality assurance system includes training programmes, which help ensure that our staff are committed and well-trained and that they can and have the will to provide a professional service adapted to the needs of the individual client.
Evidence of high quality level
ISO 9001 is visible evidence of the fact that we work on a daily basis to ensure a standardised and consistent quality for our products and services. No matter if it is product development, raw material procurement, production or customer service, our goal is consistently to improve quality standards - in your best interests.
All carpets from ege are CE marked assuring you of your consumer rights. Our carpets meet all requirements, including a number of provisions for product performance in key areas such as
Meets European legislation
A CE-labelled carpet meets all relevant requirements of European legislation which aims to protect health, safety and environment. CE stands for "Conformité Européenne". The CE standard indicates that the product conforms to the relevant EU directive.
CE marking is stated in the individual carpet specifications.
LEED-certified carpets from ege have low impact on the environment and indoor climate. This is demonstrated through a voluntary certification system developed by the U.S. Green Building Council, which works to promote sustainable construction worldwide.
LEED helps architects choose sustainable materials
LEED stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design. The programme provides architects, designers and purchasers with concrete, practical ratings for design and product characteristics, It also acts as an independent third-party certification that validates product performance.
The LEED system is appropriate for use in all types of construction projects and at all stages of a building’s life cycle, from design and construction to retrofitting. Buildings constructed according to LEED use resources more efficiently than conventional buildings. In addition "green buildings" provide healthier working and living environments because the building materials used in them have a low impact on both the environment and indoor climate.
LEED certification is stated in the individual carpet product specifications.
Our carpets ensure great indoor climate
Carpets have a positive impact on the indoor environment. As a matter of fact:
At ege, we are determined to create carpets that are beneficial for the environment. We see it as our duty to maximise the wellbeing of the people who live with our carpets. Therefore, we have added more benefits to the list of positive qualities of carpets:
All carpets from ege are approved according to Danish Indoor Climate Labelling (DICL) scheme.
The Danish Indoor Climate Labelling scheme is a voluntary scheme, established by the Technological Institute, to ensure a healthier indoor environment.
The Danish Indoor Climate Label is your guarantee that carpets from ege meet the standards set up by the voluntary labelling scheme for the impact of building materials and products on the indoor climate.
Danish Technological Institute is author of this scheme, which aims to improve the indoor climate in buildings by:
The Danish Indoor Climate Labelling scheme provides architects, designers, buyers, etc. with an opportunity to choose products that are beneficial to the indoor climate. At the same time, the labelling scheme gives these stakeholders an opportunity to make an informed choice between the different labelled products.
The Danish Indoor Climate Labelling is stated in the individual carpet product specifications.