Cradle to Cradle Certified®

AGC Glass Asia Products (C2C)
About Cradle to Cradle Certified®

Cradle to Cradle Philosophy

The Cradle to Cradle Certified® products programme is an approach which evaluates a product’s overall sustainability across its entire life cycle. It expands the definition of safe materials and products that are designed and manufactured in a prosperous, circular economy to maximise health and well-being for people and the planet.

AGC Green Product Certification Journey

Cradle to Cradle

In 2010, AGC Glass Europe was the first European glassmaker to obtain C2C Certified® for its float glass and magnetron-coated glassand ongoing work is being done to add products to the C2C Certified® Products Standard.

Today, AGC Glass Asia also has made its mark in being the first Asia glassmaker to obtain C2C Certified® for its mirrors, Mirox MNGE, Bronze level under version 3.1 of C2C. Continuous work is done to add more products to the C2C Certified® Products Standard.

We are excited about our product certifications in Asia, as this is the way AGC demonstrates its commitment to constantly improving the environmental performance of its products.
A Robust Framework That Ensures Safety, Sustainability And Reliability

Cradle to Cradle Criteria

Under the Cradle to Cradle Certified® product programme, a product is assessed based on five categories. All five categories are equally weighted, however, material health category is given more importance. In each category assessment, an achievement level will be awarded – Bronze, Silver, Gold, or Platinum – with the lowest achievement level representing the product’s overall mark. The Cradle to Cradle Certified® product scorecard gives information on the achievement levels that AGC Glass Asia obtains in each of the five quality categories. Each C2C certification has a scorecard associated with it. This gives a detailed representation of how AGC Glass Asia performed in each quality category along with what we received as an "overall certification level."

Material Health
Ensuring materials are safe for humans and the environment

This category assesses chemicals and materials used in the product are selected to prioritize the protection of human health and the environment, generating a positive impact
on the quality of materials available for future use and cycling.

AGC Mirox MNGE has attained Material Health certification at Bronze level under the standard Version 3.1

Product Circularity
Ensuring materials are safe for humans and the environment

Enabling a circular economy through product and process design

This category assesses that products are intentionally designed for their next use and are actively cycled in their intended cycling pathways.

Clean Air & Climate Protection
Generating clean energy and protecting the environment

This category assesses that product manufacturing results in a positive impact on air quality, the renewable energy supply, and the balance of climate-changing
greenhouse gasses.

Water & Soil Stewardship
Safeguarding air, water and soil resources

This category assesses that water and soil are treated as precious and shared resources. Watersheds and soil ecosystems are protected, and clean water and healthy soils are available to people and all other organisms.

Social Fairness
Embracing safe, fair and equitable labour practices that advance human rights and strong communities

This category assesses that companies are committed to upholding human rights and applying fair and equitable business practices.

Cradle to Cradle Certified® Products

AGC Glass Asia Products with Cradle to Cradle Certifications

Product C2C Certification Level C2C Certification Logo
Mirox MNGE Bronze

What is the purpose of Cradle to Cradle Certified®?+

The Cradle to Cradle Certified® Product Standard provides the framework to assess the safety, circularity and responsibility of materials and products across five categories of sustainability performance: material health, product circularity, clean air & climate protection, water & soil stewardship and social fairness.

Who issues the Cradle to Cradle certification?+