Forest factories, bio-based carpets and a plan to 'love carbon'- BusinessGreen investigates Interface's radical plan to reshape sustainable business
Twenty two years ago, Ray Anderson - founder of Interface, one of the world's largest manufacturers of carpet tiles - had something of an epiphany. A customer had for the first time asked the firm what...
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