Sustainable Design that allows you to leave a big footpring on the design world, not the environment.

Corian® solid surfaces have low VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds) content, and have proven to be extremely safe as a surfacing material for over 40 years, with minimal impact.

Thanks to its inherent stain resistance, Corian® solid surfaces last a long time. It can easily be repaired and renewed, thus minimising the desire or need to replace and dispose of it. However, should you want to redesign, Corian® can be removed, re-cut and either reinstalled or reworked into new products.

Corian® solid surfaces (the whole range or specific types) have received important independent certification for their environmental performance (such as GREENGUARD®, NAHB (North American Builders Association) and SCS (Scientific Certication Systems). Their hygienic performance has also been certified by prestigious independent institutions (for example, by NSF International, The Royal Institute of Public Health and LGA QualiTest).

Corian® solid surface is NSF/ANSI Standard 51 Certified for food contact, the highest level, for all food types in commercial food preparation.

What are some of the Corian® Solid Surface sustainable design documents?

Corian® Solid Surface Health Product Declaration (HDP)
DuPont Joint Adhesive Health Product Declaration (HDP)
Corian® Solid Surface Certificate SCS Terra 6% Recycled
Corian® Solid Surface Certificate SCS Terra 13% Recycled
Corian® Solid Surface Certificate SCS Terra 20% Recycled
Corian® Solid Surface Environmental Product Declaration (EPD)
Corian® Solid Surface NGBS Green Certified Certificate
Corian® Solid Surface Kosher Certification (Tech Bulletin)
Corian® Solid Surface GREENGUARD® Certificates

As a member of many environmental organizations, DuPont is working in partnershet with other industry leaders to create a more sustainable world.

Corian® solid surface offers high performance and enviornmental benefits that may help your project earn LEED® certification points under the LEED® Building Rating System - developed by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC).

See colors that are part of the Terra Collection - the collection contributing to sustainable design.