Introducing Non-Virgin Fiber Products At NeoCon 2011


The unlikeliest types of materials are ingeniously finding their way into several of the newest and most exquisite modular carpet tile introductions for 2011 from InterfaceFLOR. Reclaimed carpet fiber from the company’s ReEntry® 2.0 process is being combined with fiber that’s derived from salvaged commercial fishnets plus post-industrial waste and is processed by Aquafil, one of InterfaceFLOR’s global yarn suppliers. The resulting yarn is 100 percent non-virgin and contains a minimum 25 percent post-consumer yarn content. What’s more, when combined with GlasBac® RE, InterfaceFLOR’s non-virgin PVC backing, it yields carpet tiles with total recycled content of 79 percent.

Learn more about InterfaceFLOR’s non-virgin fiber products in the video below:

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