InterfaceFLOR is one of the worldâ€™s largest commercial modular carpet producers, based largely on its close affiliation with Huega, the company that invented the modular carpet tile.
November 21st, 2008
Founder, Ray Anderson, has become a leading advocate of re-designing industrial ecology and, as a result, InterfaceFLOR has reduced its environmental footprint by more than 30%. Established over 30 years ago, InterfaceFLOR is now a global leader in the sustainable manufacture of modular carpet flooring and has established manufacturing facilities across 4 continents and distributes to over 100 countries. All products from the collection are designed for superior wear, colourfastness, appearance retention and feature a 15-year warranty.
Modular carpet tiles and broadloom carpet.
InterfaceFLOR modular carpet, InterfaceFLOR System Six performance broadloom (specifically designed for health and aged care applications).
Commercial, hospitality, healthcare, retail, government and residential.
InterfaceFLOR’s Mission Zero™ promises to eliminate any negative impact the company may have on the environment by the year 2020. All InterfaceFLOR products made in Australia and the US are now accredited with the Good Environment Choice Australia Label Certification (100% Green Star points). InterfaceFLOR is the only carpet manufacturer in Australia to achieve the Good Environmental Choice Australia Label over its
entire range. InterfaceFLOR also offers GlasBacRe recycled vinyl backing products, a used-carpet recycling service and the Cool Carpet 100% greenhouse gas (GHG) offset system.
30 The Bond, NSW; 126 Phillip Street, NSW; 242 Exhibition Street, Vic; CH2, Vic; City Central Tower 1, SA and Brindabella Business Park, ACT.
InterfaceFLOR offers customised product solutions to meet specific design objectives including, Renovisions occupied office carpet replacement system and I-Design product visualisation tools.
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