Interface ramps up recycled content LVT

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Atlanta, Ga.—Interface luxury vinyl tile (LVT) products are now made with 39% pre-consumer recycled content, according to the company. With this significant move, Interface has expanded the use of recycled content across its product portfolio, furthering its Climate Take Back mission to reverse global warming.

The company marks this milestone with the launch of its latest global resilient flooring product, Brushed Lines. In addition, other Interface LVT products and collections, such as Level Set, Studio Set, Steady Stride and Criterion, will now include the same recycled content as the company works toward implementing even more product sustainability advancements in the future.

“When we entered the resilient landscape with our first LVT products in 2017, we made a commitment to bring our sustainability knowledge and experience to this flooring category,” said Lisa King, vice president marketing and innovation for Interface. “This innovation to bring pre-consumer recycled content to our LVT offerings is just one of many product actions we are taking as we pursue our goal of becoming a carbon negative enterprise by 2040.”

With all of the same high-performance standards and no additional cost to the customer, recycled content LVT is both impactful on the floor and on the planet, according to the company. Because Interface LVT remains free of phthalates, heavy metals and added formaldehyde, it is fully recyclable through ReEntry, the Interface post-consumer reclamation program.

New Brushed Lines LVT

The Brushed Lines LVT collection combines diffused linear textures with organic forms and dusty hues inspired by nature, delivering a high-end look that stands up to everyday use, the company said.

Brushed Lines aligns with the industrial trend. Designed to complement naturally weathered elements and to reflect the charm of older buildings adapted for reuse, the collection provides a contemporary take on classic visuals. The aesthetic works in both large and small areas and pairs with Interface carpet tiles for an integrated flooring solution. Brushed Lines also includes Sound Choice backing.

Featuring a subtle design motivated by raw and natural motifs with light-capturing abilities, Brushed Lines is available in 16 colorways, which range from warm and cool neutrals to pops of earthy, mineral-like tones, with options that include Blush, Honey, Rouge, Celadon Teal Oxide and Eucalyptus.

Brushed Lines, like every flooring product Interface sells–carpet, LVT and rubber sheets and tiles–is certified carbon neutral through the Carbon Neutral Floors program.

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