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It’s flooring—and then some. Made for More.

We're working to make our resilient vinyl flooring truly sustainable.

Vinyl flooring hasn't always been the most environmentally friendly option despite dominating the resilient flooring market, but Interface is changing that with our intentional approach to product design. Here is a bit more background on our approach:

  • All Interface LVT contains a minimum of 39% recycled content.
  • Interface LVT on Sound Choice backing is the first LVT to be 3rd party certified as 100% recyclable in North America through our ReEntry™ process. Interface LVT is specifically formulated to become a high-quality future input into our CQuest™GB carpet tile backing. 
  • Our resilient vinyl flooring products are completely free of ortho-phthalate plasticizers, heavy metal ingredients, added formaldehyde and any other ingredients that could contaminate our recycling system.
  • Virgin PVC plastic used in Standard Interface LVT is compliant with the Green Star Best Practice Guidelines for PVC from the Green Building Council of Australia.
  • Interface discloses LVT ingredients in Health Product Declarations (HPDs) that are LEED v4 compliant for Material Ingredients Reporting.
  • All LVT is certified to comply with both the GREENGUARD Gold and FloorScore standard for low-VOC emissions, which uses the same California Department of Public Health testing methodology required by LEEDv4 (also used by CRI Green Label Plus for carpet).
  • All Interface LVT is covered by a product-specific Environmental Product Declaration (EPDs) that publicly discloses its carbon footprint and other potential environmental impacts.
  • Interface LVT is also certified under NSF-332 (Sustainability Assessment for Resilient Floorcoverings) at the Silver level, ensuring adherence to a broad range of labour and environmental best practices in our supplier's manufacturing facility.
  • As we continue our work on our Climate Take Back™ mission, resilient vinyl flooring will be included in our development efforts to redesign our products to contribute to reversing climate change.

*For Interface customers seeking a non-vinyl resilient flooring option with industry-leading performance characteristics, we also offer nora® rubber.