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

Doing the Right Thing

Sustainability is a journey. We're constantly working to improve the quality of our products and lessen their impact on human health and the environment. This means committing to a circular economy and managing many types of material impacts and trade-offs during product development. And it’s not a path we walk alone. Our industry and supply chain partners are with us along the way.

To make sure we're "walking the walk," Interface enlists outside partners to help us evaluate the entire product life cycle and reduce the impacts of our flooring. Learn more about each of our certifications and what that means for your next project.

Health and Materials

At Interface, the health of people and the planet are foundational to our approach to materials. When it comes to green chemistry, we design our products and processes to reduce or eliminate hazardous substances.

Circular Economy

Interface is always striving to reduce the life cycle impact of our products, which means looking at the bigger picture. We try to close the loop through recycling and reusing materials whenever possible to decrease the negative environmental and health impacts of the product life cycle.

Every step of the product cycle has a human impact. But when we close the loop through recycling and reusing materials, we can decrease emissions, reduce potential toxicity, and improve human health.


Interface has partnered with the USGBC and its LEED Rating System for more than two decades to grow the market for green buildings and products.
Our LEED Contributions


We partnered with Oliver Heath to develop the WELL Building Guide - a comprehensive resource for design that standardizes health and well-being.
Download the Guide
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