Our Sustainability Efforts
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FLOR believes in a closed-loop product life cycle, which means we carefully consider our environmental-footprint in every step along the way: design, manufacturing, use, delivery and reclaiming old FLOR.
Go in depth in our Environmental Conscientiousness section
Return & Recycle Program
We are committed to making sure no FLOR ends up in a landfill. Through our Return & Recycle Program, we take your old FLOR tiles and turn them into new product. Call us at 866.952.4093 to learn how you can participate in our program and help make a difference.
Renewable & Recycled Content
FLOR is made with renewable and recycled content* and is recyclable. Our ultimate goal is to exclusively use renewable and recycled raw materials. We're not completely there yet but have made great progress. For specifications on the recycled content of a particular FLOR style, please view the specifications for that style on FLOR.com or call FLOR Customer Care at 866.952.4093 for details. Most FLOR styles meet or exceed the Carpet and Rug Institute's Green Label Plus standards for low VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds). Low VOCs are important because of their harmful impact on indoor air quality.
The consideration used in designing FLOR is applied to the way we market our products as well. We're proud to be one of only a handful of companies in the U.S. to print our FLOR catalog on the highest percentage of recycled content paper available.
FLOR is a division of Interface, Inc., a family of companies committed to caring for the environment in all that we do. We're part of Mission Zero, a promise to eliminate any negative impact the Interface family of companies may have on the planet by the year 2020. To learn more visit InterfaceGlobal.com or join the conversation at MissionZero.org.
Carpet for a Cause
We created the Carpet for a Cause™ Program, to re-purpose products on our displays by finding worthy places, within our communities, for them to live on. The product that's been walked on has a good place to go, too – right back to our manufacturing facilities in Georgia where it is recycled into new product.