Texas Carpet wins sustainability award

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GRAPEVINE, TEXAS—Texas Carpet Recycling, a subsidiary of Corporate Floors, was recognized as a leader in recycling and sustainability at the 2011 State of Texas Alliance for Recycling (STAR) Leadership Awards.

The Rick Fuszek Memorial Award is given to the business that “shows leadership among staff, peers, and/or co-workers; has a commitment to recycling above and beyond the scope of job responsibilities, and displays significant accomplishments in recycling and how those accomplishments impact others,” noted Mala Corbitt, STAR’s director. Accepting the award for Texas Carpet Recycling was the company’s president and CEO, Thomas Holland.

For more on Texas Carpet, call 817.329.7100.

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