Vinyl flooring recycler provides free bacon butties for roadshow attendees

  • 8 Jul 2015

Founded by floor manufacturers Polyflor and Altro in 2009 to divert waste material from landfill, Recofloor has 63 drop-off sites throughout the UK and Ireland – accepting post-installation vinyl flooring off-cuts and uplifted vinyl flooring.

‘Bacon Butty’ roadshow

Contract fitter Richard Malloy with Michelle Brewer of Recofloor at the Dublin Recofloor Bacon Butty event

Customers are invited to visit the roadshow and learn more about how Recofloor’s services can enhance their businesses.

Roadshows have already taken place at PFL Limerick, Ireland (June 23), PFL Dublin (June 24) and Anderson Grant, Chelmsford (July 3).

Further roadshows are planned at Richards, Bristol (July 10) and at Carpet & Flooring, Aberdeen (July 23). 

Benefits for the 650 collectors across the UK include:

  • A sustainable option for end-of-life flooring
  • Enhanced green credentials
  • Up to 75% savings in disposal costs

Starter packs including material specifications, collection bags, a brochure and a Certificate of Commitment are provided for those interested in signed up to the scheme.

To date, more than 2,300 tonnes of vinyl flooring waste has been diverted from landfill through Recofloor and recycled back into new flooring or traffic management products such as cones and sign bases.

Tudor House,
Meadway,
Bramhall,
Chesire,
United Kingdom,
SK7 2DG

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