Recycling

November 23, 2020

The correlation between recycled materials and the carbon footprint of a product

In order to be able to make sustainable purchase decisions and avoid emissions as a consumer, companies have to take the first step and invest in the development of products that pollute the environment as little as possible and which can be returned to the production cycle. 

June 29, 2020

Calculating Carbon Emissions is Key to Improving Health

Scientists studying climate change say rising temperatures and sea levels will set in motion immense human health risks around the globe. The good news? Designers and manufacturers are uniquely positioned to mitigate this impending crisis by taking steps to neutralize, and potentially reverse, a driving force of the problem: carbon emissions.

October 29, 2019

Leaving Our Handprint on the Planet

One drop of water in a still pond transfers energy to surrounding water molecules and produces a series of rings or ripples. Much like this one drop of water, a human action also triggers an effect – positive or negative. For Interface, our goal to have zero impact on the planet by 2020 has had measurable results not only for our business, but also for others.

May 23, 2019

Knight Frank and Real I.S.

Architect/ Designer: Project: Knight Frank and Real I.S., ACT, Australia Segment: Workplace/Office Products:  Project Size:   21 Genge Street, a recent watershed project for Knight Frank on behalf of their client Real I.S. in Canberra, Australia, has demonstrated the environmentally positive, and commercially profitable, benefits to be made via end-to-end sustainability. Achieving scalable and high impact yields…