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.
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.
At Interface, we live where we work. This may seem fundamental, but it makes us unique in the carpet industry. To be global in thought and action—with outposts and people on the ground in six continents—is truly extraordinary.
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.
31 March 2015
Interface Releases Human Spaces Report
A global study commissioned by Interface and led by renowned organizational psychologist Professor Sir Cary Cooper, the Human Spaces Report reveals that employees who work in environments with natural elements report a 15% higher level of well-being, are 6% more productive and 15% more creative overall.
Interface’s global Human Spaces Report is building the case for biophilic design. Led by renowned organizational psychologist Professor Sir Cary Cooper, the report reveals that employees who work in environments with natural elements have a higher level of well-being, are more productive and more creative.
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.
Green Buildings SEAJKI
Interface carpets are recognised by a range of international, regional and national schemes as contributing towards Green Buildings.
The Net-Works program proves collaborative innovation can create positive, sustainable change
16 June 2016
Globescan Recognition 2016
GlobeScan and SustainAbility released the results of their annual Sustainability Leaders survey at this year’s Sustainable Brands conference. When asked, “which companies do you think are leaders in integrating sustainability into their business strategy?” respondents have, for the past 19 years, consistently mentioned Interface, an Atlanta-based global manufacturer of modular carpet that is a leader in sustainable business. Interface has the longest-running tenure on the list and is the only company to be named in the top four since 1998.
20 April 2017
‘Drawdown’ Provides Solutions to Global Warming
Interface and the Net-Works program are featured in Paul Hawken's book, “Drawdown – The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed to Reverse Global Warming”
5 June 2017
Interface Recognized by GlobeScan and SustainAbility
Interface is recognized for 20th consecutive year for sustainability leadership
7 June 2017
Interface Introduces Carbon Negative Carpet Tile
Interface today unveiled a first-of-its-kind prototype carbon negative carpet tile, proving that it is possible to store carbon in products rather than emit more carbon into the atmosphere in the process of making those products.
ECS Certificates Australia
Carpets certified to ECS levels 2, 3 and 4 are deemed to satisfy the requirements of the 'VOC' or 'Reduced Exposure to Pollutants' credits in legacy Green Star rating tools as well as the Indoor Pollutants credit in Green Star Design & As Built and Green Star Interiors.
Mission Zero: Measuring Our Progress
Interface's sustainability journey is made more focused by measuring our progress.