InterfaceFLOR Commits to the 2030 Challenge for Products
February 2012 | 2030 Challenge for Products
Sustainability giant, InterfaceFLOR has chalked up another first, continuing its legacy of leadership in the contract furnishings industry by being the first product manufacturer to adopt the 2030 Challenge for Products. InterfaceFLOR has accepted Architecture 2030’s goal to dramatically reduce the embodied emissions of its flooring products and is well on its way to meeting the reduction targets outlined by the 2030 Challenge for Products.
InterfaceFLOR has also committed to high-level transparency, Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs) for its products, and is working towards its own declaration, Mission Zero®. The company intends to be oil-free in the manufacture of its flooring products and achieve zero environmental impact by 2020.
Read the Press release here. Access EPDs from InterfaceFLOR here.
Architecture 2030’s mission is to rapidly transform the built environment from the major contributor of greenhouse gas emissions to a central solution to the climate crisis.