Ronacrete has now been a member of FeRFA, the Resin Flooring Association for 35 years, having joined the association in 1980. FeRFA represents the major product manufacturers, specialist contractors and surface preparation companies, raw material suppliers and specialist service providers within the UK Resin Flooring Industry.
Ronacrete initially joined FeRFA as a manufacturer of epoxy resin floor coatings. Now the market leading manufacturer of resin bound surfacing systems Ronacrete has joined FeRFA’s technical team advising on best practice for the resin bound surfacing industry which currently has no standards for performance and quality, health and safety or effect on the environment. Ronacrete is the only resin bound surfacing manufacturer and FeRFA member.
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FeRFA is the leading authority for 40 years on resin flooring systems (making Ronacrete one of its earliest members. It is the only organisation dedicated solely to Resin Flooring and takes a lead role in developing national and international standards for Resin Flooring. FeRFA has led the way in promoting the benefits of resin flooring as a high performance solution for industrial and commercial applications. It is recognised as the voice of the resin flooring industry by official bodies such as BSI, BBA, ConstructionSkills, CSCS, NBS, NSCC and RIBA. FeRFA encourages the development of technically advanced products and processes in Resin Flooring systems, and rewards success in these areas.
Members subscribe to FeRFA Codes of Practice requiring high standards of operation, management, technical service, health & safety and business integrity. Members are required to operate quality assurance schemes to ensure the highest standards of performance.
FeRFA asks that its members operate a clear and concise environmental policy, in accordance with current legislation and statutory requirements. Members are required to be environmentally sensitive and concerned for the welfare of their employees, customers and the general public. FeRFA Recycling Scheme has won the TAF's Environmental Initiative.