Carpet

Mohawk Group’s Nutopia Honored With Architizer A+ Popular Choice Award for Carpet

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CALHOUN, Ga., July 19, 2019 /3BL Media/ — Mohawk Group announced today that its award-winning Nutopia carpet plank collection, a Living Product system inspired by the idea of “urban fabric,” has been honored in the annual Architizer A+ program with the Popular Choice award in the finishes: carpet category. The Architizer A+ Awards is the largest awards program focused on promoting and celebrating the year’s best architecture and products. Its mission is to nurture the appreciation of meaningful design in the world and champion its potential for a positive impact on everyday life.

#DardenDigest: Carpet Made From Carpet

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Have you ever noticed those carpet tiles at a restaurant or at your office? Over the last few years, Darden has been using this emerging product innovation to reduce waste and increase the use of recycled materials.  Since we serve over one million meals a day, there are a lot of feet on our floors. This means we have to replace the carpet in our restaurants every three to five years. Carpet may seem like a small detail to many, but we view it as a huge opportunity in our quest toward sending zero waste to landfills.

Interface, Inc. CEO Shares Five Sustainability Successes Achieved in Past Year

Company’s highlights of progress, shared for Earth Day, serve to inspire other organizations on sustainability journeys
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(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) April 21, 2011 – ATLANTA – Interface, Inc. (Nasdaq: IFSIA), the worldwide leader in design, production and sales of environmentally responsible modular carpet, believes that Earth Day is an important time for individuals and organizations to consider environmental impacts. Today, the company is revealing highlights made over the past year in reducing its own negative impacts on the earth to demonstrate ways other companies can achieve progress toward sustainability.

Ooh, That Smell

by Jim Vallette, Senior Researcher, Healthy Building Network
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  by Jim Vallette, Senior Researcher, Healthy Building Network

While researching fabrics, I recently stumbled upon a disturbing new development: companies are integrating scents into fibers, to “enhance consumer experiences.”

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