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13 May, 2021

Things to consider when renovating your office floor

There can be many reasons to renovate your office flooring. Maybe the flooring is too old and need replacing, or the office is getting rebranded, and flooring needs to adjust to the revised brand guidelines. Whatever might be the reason, there are some important things to keep in mind while you need to optimize the…

16 March, 2021

Increase floor life by adopting right floor maintenance practices

The corona virus pandemic has thrown everything out of place, especially our workspaces. We have been working from home, but as we start returning to our offices, we need to ensure cleanliness which brings safety and peace of mind to the people using it. Unlike other surfaces such as office furniture, light switches and door…

10 March, 2021

5 Things to Think About When It Comes to School Flooring

Choosing the right school flooring should be an easy choice. And while there’s no one-size-fits-all solution, here are five criteria to help you select flooring that looks good and works hard. 1. Longevity Ideally, whatever flooring you choose for your school facilities will last a long time, and good flooring will be backed up with a…

26 February, 2021

Safe & hygienic flooring options for schools and universities in India

A safe, comfortable, and hygienic learning environment has a unique opportunity to influence not only the students and staff who occupy the classrooms, auditoriums, and administrative areas on a campus, but also the community in which it is located. We can’t deny that flooring is the foundation to foster positive learning in schools, colleges, and…

7 December, 2020

Coffee Chat with Erin Meezan at the Global Compact Network Singapore Virtual Summit

This article was jointly authored by Ms Esther Chang, Executive Director of Global Compact Network Singapore (GCNS), the Singapore local network of the United Nations Global Compact, and Ms Maxine Chen, Sustainability Communications Specialist (Asia Pacific) at Interface, Inc. We have just ten years left to meet the United Nations’ 2030 Agenda on Sustainable Development.…

25 November, 2020

Observing nature: what has it taught us?

‘The coronavirus pandemic has hit the world severely, representing the most severe threat to human health in more than a century. The environment from local to global scales has witnessed apparent positive and negative impacts. Global lockdowns have drastically altered the patterns of energy demand and have caused an economic downturn but at the same…