Cornwall-based Absolute Flooring SW’s environmental efforts in diverting waste vinyl flooring from landfill has seen the company receive an award from Recofloor.
Recofloor is the collection scheme for waste vinyl flooring that can help construction companies and large contractors showcase their sustainable credentials.
An early adopter of Recofloor, Bramhall Flooring has demonstrated the ease of implementing the UK’s vinyl flooring take back scheme to collect, return and recycle material from STI Poynton, an electronic component manufacturing site in Cheshire.
Collections of waste vinyl flooring through the Recofloor take-back scheme will restart from 3 August, with the full service being temporarily suspended in April due to the COVID-19 lockdown.
Recofloor has collected 5,000 tonnes of waste vinyl flooring since the national award-winning take back scheme was founded by leading flooring manufacturers Polyflor and Altro in 2009.
Recofloor, the vinyl flooring recycling scheme founded by leading flooring manufacturers Altro and Polyflor, has recognised its members’ sustainability achievements, courtesy of the 2020 Awards.
Recofloor recently celebrated its 10th anniversary at The Belfry, where it recognised the achievements of the vinyl flooring recycling scheme members.
Polyflor’s Expona Commercial and Polysafe Arena flooring ranges were selected for the expansion of InHealth’s community endoscopy service in Oxfordshire.
Recofloor has announced that its annual promotion will take place in September this year, rewarding contractors who recycle their waste vinyl flooring.
Expona Commercial luxury vinyl tiles from Polyflor have featured in the stunning entrance and bar area for The Falcon Hotel in Bridgnorth, Shropshire.