A step ahead: Interface creates world's first 'carbon negative' carpet

Madeleine Cuff
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Interface claims to have developed the world's first carbon negative carpet | Credit: Interface
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Interface claims to have developed the world's first carbon negative carpet | Credit: Interface

Prototype carpet tile removes 2kg of carbon per square metre by using plant-based materials and closed-loop manufacturing

Around the world thousands of businesses are grappling with the problem of cutting the carbon emissions embedded in their products. But carpet maker Interface is taking the challenge one step further,...

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