Although Interface continually strives for greater sustainability, every phase of our carpet tile’s life cycle—from harvesting raw materials to manufacturing, shipping, vacuuming and end-of-life recycling—results in the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. So we calculate all the GHG emissions for the entire life cycle of our products and purchase verified emission reduction credits to offset them. We call this Cool Carpet™ and it comes standard on all Interface products sold in North America.
November 20, 2013
Dogwood Alliance, in partnership with Interface, Inc., Staples, Inc. and Forest Stewardship Council (FSC), today announced the first two carbon offset sales contracts from the Carbon Canopy, a first-of-its-kind exchange where tons of carbon from Southeastern forests are sold as carbon offsets.
January 14, 2014
Announcing Carbon Canopy – How unlikely partners are coming together to save southern forests and address climate change.
Interface is committed to transparency and our Environmental Product Declarations, or EPDs, ensure that carpet tile specifiers can make an apples to apples comparison when looking at environmental attributes.
Health Product Declaration
Interface announces its first Health Product Declaration (HPD) for modular carpet tiles produced in the Americas with our GlasBac® and high recycled content GlasBacRE backing systems.
April 22, 2015
Can we identify "healthy" products?
Mikhail Davis, director of restorative enterprise for Interface, offers three questions that need to be considered as firms engage manufacturers in an effort to identify “healthy” products.