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Environmental Low Impact
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Since 400 BC
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What's the difference between Organic, Eco-Sustainable & Environmental Low Impact Products?v
A paint or plaster label with BIO means that this product is considered Organic, containing at least 90% natural products, and the other 10% of product composed of inert binders and non-toxic chemicals.
A paint or plaster label with ECO, category Eco-
Sustainable, contains at least 75% natural products, and the other 25% of product is composed of inert binders and/or resins, and non-toxic chemicals.
A paint or varnish label with ECO, category Low Impact, means that this product may be Eco-Sustainable, contains less than 50% natural products, and the other 50% + of product is composed of inert binders and/or resins, non-toxic and/or low impact chemicals.
All Products are free of APEO, PEG, PG, Formaldehyde, Asthmagens & Solvent.
This morning the the winners of the annual E3 awards were announced. Each year, the Metro Atlanta Chamber honors individuals, organizations and companies “who work to conserve natural resources, develop clean technologies, support sustainable initiatives and collaborate on solutions through university connections” according to Jessica Saunders of the Atlanta Business Chronicle. ROMA entered the 2014 E3 contest in the category of “New Venture”. While we din’t win the contest, we were a finalist and received some great exposure at the awards breakfast. An E3 Lifetime Achievement Award was presented to Dieter Franz and the Trident Award was presented to Gary […]
ROMA was created as a manufacturing company to resolve an enigma that had been hindering the forward trends in natural building systems ability to create healthy environments. Why not use natural materials in the environments where we spend the most time? ROMA did develop natural paints and plasters, that from its conception in 2009, exceeded intent with regards to USGBC, C2C, HBN, REACH, to help provide a solution to this very question. For several years ROMA has struggled to promote its mission because there has been no framework to define our specific marketing claims. This struggle continues as we are […]
The 2013 Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles Home For The Holidays showhouse and marketplace was painted inside and out with ROMA paint. The February issue featured all of the rooms in the house beautifully photographed by Emily Followill. Take a peak inside to see where our paint was used. Our Ecodomus Eggshell was used throughout the interior and on the exterior, Biodomus II. The home was painted by Sloan Painting.
ROMA Eco-Sustainable Building Technologies has invested years of research in collaboration with biologists and chemists to manufacture architectural coverings to go beyond the scope of just ‘LOW’ or ‘ZERO’ VOC products. Our products are manufactured without chemicals that contribute to ‘SBS’ (Sick Building Syndrome) or cause asthma. Our BIO product line does not damage our ecological systems, and our ECO product line is either Eco-sustainable or low impact. This approach is a new perspective, a new vision, a new benchmark based on collaboration with nature and not in conflict with nature. It is a vision that allows prosperity to be achieved without doing harm to us or the environment.
Chemicals that can cause asthma:Perkins+Will Asthma Report
Our products conform to the Kyoto Protocol standards in manufacturing:Kyoto Protocol From United Nations
Not only are our products the healthiest products available for homes, schools, businesses and healthcare but they are more durable compared to similar low VOC acrylic products in the marketplace.
Since 2009, we have provided our products engineered for performance and aesthetics to architects, designers and builders of award winning homes and commercial spaces. Our products have been published in magazines, blogs and reviews all over the United States and abroad. Our objective is incredible aesthetic beauty, high durability, low cost and last but not least, zero to low impact on our health and the environment.