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31 May 2022 by Tarkett
All products, buildings, and services are designed with the aim of achieving a regenerative circular economy. According to the Cradle to Cradle vision and principles, all materials are kept in use for as long as possible, and transformed into new materials when products reach end of use.
By continuously reducing the health and environmental impact of our products, we strive to select materials and design products that can be recovered, recycled, and transformed—creating not just new products, but a more sustainable future for all humankind.
Tarkett is committed to a circular economy model, which consists of keeping materials in a loop from the design and production phases, to later use and recovery stages, while preserving its highest value.
Minimizing the negative environmental impacts of a product across its life cycle.
At the end of a product’s life, useful materials are salvaged from buildings and reclaimed for recycling.
Lessens the environmental impact of extracting and processing new raw materials, and lowers the carbon footprint of a product.
In this phase, many materials can be processed back to their original form, and used to make new items.
Installation, and using infrastructure that makes use of recycled materials, continues the circular economy loop.
Upcycling cleans salvaged materials, and repurposes them.
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