Please see the attached documents for DreamScape Declaration of Conformity to Breeam European Standard.  

Breeam is the principle program in the EU to describe the sustainability of buildings and building components. BREEAM (Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method), first published by the Building Research Establishment (BRE) in 1990, is the world's longest established method of assessing, rating, and certifying the sustainability of buildings. Breeam began in the UK and is now used in more than 70 countries, with several in Europe having gone a stage further to develop country-specific BREEAM schemes operated by National Scheme Operators (NSOs). 

Most Dreamscape products comply with the following requirements of Breeam:

 EN 233 ( for cleanability and color fastness ) \

 EN 12149 ( for toxicity ) 

* While not a requirement of Breeam, from a sustainability standpoint it should be noted that Terralon contains 31% Post Consumer Recycled content reclaimed from plastic bottles.  Several Dreamscape Type II Vinyls also contain 11% Post Consumer Recycled Content.   More information on this and other features are available via the Dreamscape website.