Waste vinyl collection and recycling scheme Recofloor announces that its 2024 annual awards are now open for entry. Funded by Altro and Polyflor, the Recofloor awards showcase the leading role played by scheme members in improving waste vinyl disposal practices.
Recofloor hosted several pop-up visits and trade events at flooring distributors during summer 2023, which provided an excellent opportunity to introduce how the waste vinyl flooring collection scheme works.
Recycling initiatives like Recofloor offer a simple yet effective solution to reduce waste generated from project sites and contribute to a greener environment.
When it comes to disposing of vinyl flooring waste, flooring contractors need to know what is required under the UK’s waste regulations to comply with the law. Carla Eslava, Recofloor’s Scheme Manager, explains the options for participants using the take-back collection service…
Collaboration with Recofloor can assist architects, specifiers and construction companies with minimising CO2 emissions.
Recofloor has announced the launch of its 2023 vinyl recycling awards. Showcasing members’ recycling achievements, the awards celebrate and share sustainability successes across the industry.
Given the existence of collection schemes and recycling infrastructure for PVC, Recofloor Scheme Manager, Carla Eslava, argues there is no excuse for it to go to landfill.
Flooring companies participating in the Recofloor commercial waste vinyl flooring take back scheme are contributing to a greener outlook for the sector by reducing the carbon footprint of their activities. Carla Eslava, Recofloor Scheme Manager, explains how it works.
Carla Eslava, Manager of the Recofloor commercial waste vinyl flooring collection scheme, talks about how we can move towards a circular economy in the construction sector.
An incredible 6,000 tonnes of waste vinyl flooring has been collected through Recofloor, since the scheme was founded in 2009 by leading flooring manufacturers Polyflor and Altro.