Interface expands Net-Works program with third collection hub

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Atlanta—Interface has expanded its Net-Works program, through which discarded fishing gear is turned into recycled nylon fibers. Following the successful pilot of the net collection hubs established in Danajon Bank and the Bantayan Islands in the Philippines, Net-Works has announced both local and global expansion with a third collection hub activated in Northern Iloilo in the Philippines and a hub currently being established in the Lake Ossa region of Cameroon, where nets used for freshwater fishing create an environmental challenge.

“Within Interface, sustainability goes beyond reducing the environmental impact of our products,” said Rob Coombs, president of Interface Asia-Pacific. “It is about creating a new way of doing business that is more sensitive, inclusive and, ultimately, more successful.”

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