In 1994, Ray had his legendary “spear in the chest” epiphany. He shook the foundations of the petroleum-intensive carpet manufacturing industry by declaring that Interface was committed to becoming the world’s first environmentally sustainable—and, ultimately, restorative—company.
Take care of our planet: recycle with Interface’s ReEntry carpet recycling program, which also helps make our carpets sustainable.
28 September 2015
Interface at CGI 2015
Interface delivers progress report on the Net-Works program expansion at 2015 Clinton Global Initiative.
10 June 2015
Net-Works primed to go global
Today, Interface, along with conservation charity the Zoological Society of London (ZSL), provided an update on the progress of Net-Works in the Philippines. Funded in part by United Kingdom government’s Darwin Initiative, Net-Works is primed for global expansion of this programme.
28 April 2014
ReEntry - First in Asia
Interface becomes the first global manufacturer to offer customers carpet tile recycling in Asia. Strategic partnerships ensure that carpet tiles suitable for recycling are diverted from landfill, allowing customers to recycle within the region.
Interface carpet tiles contribute towards Green Buildings, as recognised by a range of international, regional and national schemes.
Green Buildings ANZ
Interface products are recognised by regional and national schemes as contributing towards Green Buildings.
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Interface carpets are recognised by a range of international, regional and national schemes as contributing towards Green Buildings.
The Net-Works programme proves collaborative innovation can create positive, sustainable change