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CERTIFICATIONS PID Floors aims to reduce impacts on human health by eliminating harmful levels of chemicals in our products through the reassurance of meeting standard requirements set by strict indoor air quality certifications. We also have a responsibility to the environment to source our raw materials from well-managed forests. Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) and Formaldehyde are the two biggest concerns of poor indoor air quality. VOCs emit from the drying of liquid finishes on everyday household items and cause immediate-health problems for occupants. VOCs can cause long-term, irreparable health issues when used in close quarters with little ventilation. Formaldehyde is a colorless VOC gas, with a strong odor, commonly found in wood products. FOREST STEWARDSHIP COUNCIL ® As we maneuver through an era of overconsumption of natural resources, our dedication to curtailing the dire environmental impacts through responsible sourcing remains unwavering. PID Floors has Forest Stewardship Council ® Chain-of-Custody (FSC-C132261) license from SCS Global Services. We also take care in our due diligence to make sure that our products comply with the U.S. Lacey Act. Ask about our FSC ® material. FLOORSCORE ® FloorScore ® is a third party certification developed by the Resilient Floor Covering Institute and Scientific Certification Systems to meet the strict indoor air quality thresholds set forth by the California Section 01350 program. The certification tests and certifies flooring products in accordance with the volatile organic compounds emissions tested with the criteria set forth in the CDPH Standard Method V1.1 (2010). GREENGUARD The purpose of the GREENGUARD certification is to “promote global sustainability, environmental health, and safety.” GREENGUARD sets strict emissions standards based on established VOC chemical exposure criteria. 16 | PID FLOORS OUR COMMITMENT

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH STANDARD METHOD V1.1 (2010) California Department of Public Health (CDPH) Standard Method v1.1 (2010) is an expanded standard for California Specification 01350, which is used to evaluate building and interior products for low chemical emissions. The CDPH Standard Method v1.1 (2010) is currently the most popular US standard for evaluating and restricting VOCs emissions of products. CALIFORNIA AIR RESOURCE BOARD, PHASE 2 The California Air Resource Board (CARB) established formaldehyde emission standards as part of a regulation to reduce formaldehyde emissions from composite wood products (California regulation 93120). Phase 2 set in 2013 is the most stringent standard today. PID Floors continuously monitors federal air emissions regulations for product compliance. CRADLE TO CRADLE CERTIFIED The Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute administers this life cycle analyses certification to manufacturers and designers to rethink how products are made and what materials the products are made from. HEALTH PRODUCT DECLARATIONS Health Product Declarations (HPDs) are transparency documents that disclose the potential harmful chemicals in a product by comparing the content of that product to sets of priorities “hazard” lists based on the GreenScreen for Safer Chemicals and other lists from governmental agencies. OUR COMMITMENT PID FLOORS | 17