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Creating Better Environments

Sustainability

Sustainability as our core business

Ever since we began making floor coverings, starting with linoleum more than 150 years ago, we have been committed to creating better environments in all the spaces in which people, work, live, interact, relax, heal, learn and play. Today, with a vastly increased range of choices, we remain every bit as passionate about sustainable floor coverings.

Through years of intimate contact with our customers and end users, we understand the built environment and the impact our products have on it. Based on this, we focus on advancing products and solutions whose life cycles comply with the circular economy model. We operate transparently, in line with the objectives and goals of our sustainability strategy.

The result is the most responsible and sustainable portfolio of state-of-the-art floor coverings for you and your environment, wherever you are.
Read our 2020 Sustainability Report

Ultimately, what matters is what our priorities are.
What will be our legacy: missed opportunities or ecological sustainability and wellbeing?

Transparent information, third-party verified

Transparency is critical to achieving sustainability. Transparency demands that companies share information about the contents of their products, how they are made and the impact they may have on the environment, users and the community. As early as 1996, Forbo Flooring Systems began working with Leiden University in The Netherlands, to establish a transparent overview of every possible impact of our linoleum products.

Today, we offer impact information for Forbo products by life cycle assessments and environmental product declarations that are independently reviewed.

To download our products' independent EPD's, click here.

To download Environmental data sheets for any of our products, click here.

EPD transparancy

A complete product portfolio with 100% transparency forms the ultimate sustainable solution for our customers

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Life cycle assessment is where it all starts

A life cycle assessment is a comprehensive system for measuring the environmental impacts of the life of a product. The measurement is standardised and equal for all types of products. While system boundaries, quality of data and weighting factors play a role in the overall assessment, our LCAs are third party verified.

Environmental product declarations

While LCAs are created for product categories, environmental product declarations (EPDs) go one step further by stipulating the LCA for one particular product. Forbo Flooring Systems was one of the first companies worldwide to embrace EPDs and has comprehensive coverage across our product portfolio.

With our EPDs we decided to go further than the standard in the market. Our EPDs also include a transparent declaration of the impact on human health and eco-toxicity.

You can find the product declarations in our download centre

Marmoleum EPD

We also give unique transparency with human health impact and eco-toxicity in our EPDs:
this offers all information needed to minimize the impact on our earth and the people that live on it

All our EPDs are independently reviewed by a third party
More information about third party UL

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Annual sustainability report

We published our first Sustainability Report way back in 2005. This contained information about our production locations and product portfolio. Today, our annual Sustainability Report is drafted according to GRI guidelines and covers every aspect of the triple bottom line – the environmental, social and economic dimensions that underpin a consistent strategy to achieve the sustainability goals we have set out in our environmental management systems.

You can download our most recent Sustainability Reports by clicking on the buttons below.

  • Forbo Flooring Sustainability Report 2020

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    Sustainability Report 2020

  • Sustainability Report 2019

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    Sustainability Report 2019

  • 2020 Forbo Flooring Systems Sustainability Report

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    Sustainability Report 2018

Collaborations and partnerships

Forbo Flooring Systems partners with international associations and bodies in setting up pilot projects and alliances in which innovations and new developments can be tested and introduced. They are particularly valuable when it comes to developing for the circular economy.

We work with European institutions such as the European Resilient Flooring Manufacturers' Institute, the Multilayer Modular Flooring Association, the European Carpet and Rug Association and other industry leaders such as the Green Building Council, universities and innovative start-ups. All to continuously improve the environmental profile of our company and product portfolio.

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Environmental recommendations

Many of our products have high environmental and health recommendations ranging from Red list free, Blue Angel, Nordic Swan to TUV and many, many more. Just last year Forbo Flooring Systems received the following sustainability awards:

Germany - Prüfsiegel für Gesicherte Nachhaltigkeit
The seal for assured sustainability is awarded by the German Institute für Nachhaltigkeit und Ökonomie and awards all aspects of a sustainable enterprise from “A to Z”.

Norway - the Eco-Lighthouse Award
Eco-Lighthouse is Norway’s most widely used certification scheme for enterprises seeking to document their environmental efforts and demonstrate social responsibility.

Downloads

  • Forbo Flooring Sustainability Report 2020

    Forbo Flooring Sustainability report
    Download our latest sustainability report.

  • Forbo Creating Better Environments Infographic

    Environmental Infographic
    Download our sustainability Infographic

  • Forbo Sustainability timeline 21.10.21

    Sustainability Timeline
    Creating better environments since 1847.

Commitment

Commitment & stewardship

Forbo Flooring Systems has been at the forefront of sustainable entrepreneurship for over three decades. We were the first in using Environmental Product Declarations (EPD). This remains our transparent way to calculate the environmental impact of our raw materials and processes, plus the product life cycle. We have a long-term sustainable vision that has led to a first concrete step in our 2020-2025 strategy. We follow a ‘compliance plus’ policy that creates a stimulating and innovative environment that leads to ingenious solutions and unique sustainable features.

Our compliance plus policy is our commitment to go above and beyond government regulations and requirements

Sustainability Strategy

Forbo's Sustainability Strategy has a horizon: we have the ambition to have mastered the challenges of the circular economy and to become a zero-waste company. At this moment it is not yet clear how governments and legislation will influence the pace in coming years. But for sure, in order to meet our long-term ambitions, steps are required now.

Therefore we have started our Sustainability program 2025. This program lays out the actions that need to be undertaken until the end of 2025 to make the desired progress in the goals we have set ourselves. There are seven main goals in the categories Circular economy and People. You can find more information about these main goals on the 'Our Goals' tab on this page.

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Social accountability

The SA8000 standard is our commitment to realising a guaranteed fair treatment of workers.

Our supplier management program imposes requirements on our suppliers as a legally binding document. Our approach also involves close cooperation with individual suppliers. This is realised through meetings, on-site visits and supplier assessments that involve audits conducted by our purchasers or responsible managers.

These assessments ensure that our suppliers properly observe human and labour rights, occupational health and safety requirements, environmental performance goals and responsible business practices in their daily business.
For more information, click here.

Green design principles

When it comes to product design and production, Forbo Flooring Systems follows the 4R principle of Reduce, Reuse, Recycle and Renew for all our collections. The design process is central to reducing raw material requirements, reusing factory waste, recycling old products and employing renewable raw material. Following green design principles means working with circular economy principles in mind as well. Through this, the focus extends to options for product construction and to include end of life solutions. Forbo’s in-house designers are the true engineers of our environmental profile.

Truly sustainable flooring starts in the design phase through a mindset of truly caring about our future

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Reduce & Renew

Depletion of resources is an important topic. Using natural resources which renew themselves and that can be harvested as annual crops is the preferred solution. This is followed by the use of renewable and recycled material. Forbo Flooring Systems measures its performance and continuously strives to improve these ratios.

Recycle & Reuse

Our focus on reuse and recycling has led to very good results in recent years. We have increased the recycled content in our broad range of products like Marmoleum, Allura, Eternal and Tessera.

As a result of our dedication an ever growing assortment of easy to reuse flooring solutions are now available which are in line with the future circular economy model. Our portfolio covers a broad range of applications in tile, plank or sheet format. All these innovative flooring solutions need no adhesive while they can perform under heavy conditions and are easy to remove, recycle or reuse at end of life.
Sheet project vinyl Modul'up adhesive free sheet vinyl in 3 versions: Decibel (19 dB), Compact and T.E for damp subfloors
Luxury Vinyl Tiles Allura adhesive free tiles and planks in 3 versions: Click, Puzzle and Ease
ESD and industrial flooring Colorex tiles in 3 versions: Plus EC, Plus Basic and Plus R10
Entrance matting Coral Click

For more information on our Fast Fit range of adhesive free flooringclick here.

recycled and reuse 2017-2019
Commited to turn climate change

Committed to turn climate change

The CO2 emission on our manufacturing sites is one to one related to energy used during manufacturing.

The average CO2 emission per square meter product produced dropped from 3.44 in 2004 to 1.09 in 2020, a reduction of 68%.

A portfolio meeting green design principles

We measure the percentage of recycled content in all our product categories with the aim to increase it where possible.

We use production wastes from across our factories to increase the recycled content in all of our products, this is not only done by recipe alterations but also by introducing new production techniques.

PVC micronisation is one of the concepts which we trialed in 2019 and some of these pilots appeared promising. One of our strategies to reduce waste is to convert, where possible, to digital printing concepts.

Recycled and reused

Downloads

  • Forbo Flooring Sustainability Report 2020

    Forbo Flooring Sustainability report
    Download our latest sustainability report.

  • Forbo Creating Better Environments Infographic

    Environmental Infographic
    Download our sustainability Infographic.

  • Forbo Sustainability timeline 21.10.21

    Sustainability Timeline
    Creating better environments since 1847

The circular economy

The circular economy model is a must-do

Biobased solutions create a better future for our planet. But when biobased is not an option, circularity provides the next best alternative – as long as the life cycle impact is measurably better. At Forbo, we are committed to transforming all our linear processes and products so they support the circular economy.

The key focus points in our transition are:
• advance the use of renewable resources
• maximize product use
• reclaim materials and waste

We are committed to contribute to the circular economy with our flooring solutions

Circular economy model



Source: PBL Environmental Assessment Agency

Circularity is challenging

As we transition from a linear to circular business model it is clear that design will be central to this change - designing products that use more sustainable raw materials, renewable energy that is efficiently used and eliminating wastes are circular design deliverables and will dovetail with reuse and recycling opportunities at end of life.

Learn more about our circular initiatives

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Back to the floor

Forbo Flooring Systems is actively offering installation waste take-back programs where the sustainability balance for logistics makes sense.
We have several schemes for vinyl in Sweden and France and schemes for all linoleum, textile and vinyl in the UK and The Netherlands.
For details of the UK's Back to the Floor scheme click here

Post-consumer waste is a greater challenge for the industry in terms of collection and transport as well as the selection and processing. Forbo Flooring Systems is an active participant in the EU funded Circular Flooring Project which aims at developing a pilot to enable the recycling of post-consumer vinyl waste into virgin PVC granules.

To be ready for that achievement we offer adhesive free solutions that enable ‘clean’ post-consumer recycling.more information about our adhesive free solutions

Recovinyl

Forbo Flooring Systems is actively participating in the European Recovinyl project. This project aims to increase the recycling of vinyl flooring by increasing the volumes of PVC recycled and increase the use of post-consumer vinyl. The focus is on technology development for recycling, sorting technologies and ways of collection.
More information about Recovinyl

Recovinyl
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Becoming carbon negative

Forbo will continue to strive toward achieving carbon neutrality through, firstly, minimising the direct impacts it has control over. This focus has enabled us to to produce a carbon neutral product, Marmoleum, cradle to gate. We know how to do it and will apply that learning to other product families - that is our primary focus and will remain so. Carbon offsets will never be our primary solution to carbon neutrality but we respect those who see value in these options.

Downloads

  • Forbo Flooring Sustainability Report 2020

    Forbo Flooring Sustainability report
    Download our latest sustainability report.

  • Forbo Creating Better Environments Infographic

    Environmental Infographic
    Download our sustainability Infographic

  • Forbo Sustainability timeline 21.10.21

    Sustainability Timeline
    Creating better environments since 1847.

Well-being

Healthy interiors

Floor covering is integral to every interior. It is omnipresent from the moment you get out of bed through taking a shower, having breakfast, going to school or work, relaxing, doing sport, dining, dancing, being entertained and so on. Floor coverings provide comfort, safety, reduce noise, provide a barrier to allergies and create a general feeling of well-being.

Our floors tick all the boxes. The rolls and tiles we deliver create better environments: spaces that make you feel comfortable, safe and secure.

The dynamics of a building

Healthy buildings are very much part of sustainable development – sustainable development in which the individual is central.

Our philosophy on healthy interiors is expressed in our design philosophy, ‘The dynamics of a building’. We use this to provide the most appropriate type of flooring for each space. The result is buildings that are well designed, last longer and are easier to adapt to the occupier’s requirements. Buildings and interiors whose timeless solutions make frequent renovation less necessary, so saving money and reducing waste.

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Healthy indoors

Today more than half of the world’s population, over 54%, is living in urbanised areas. On average we are spending around 80%-90% of our time indoors and this will only increase. The indoor environment and the attention given to green architecture and healthy buildings, is becoming more prominent. As our floors are part of the indoor environment in which people live, meet and work, it is our mission to design and offer products that contribute in a positive way to the health and comfort of the individual.

• our floors are guaranteed free of any banned toxins
• our floors have low to even close to zero product emissions
• our products are phthalate free
• our portfolio offers proven solutions against allergens and fine dust

A healthy indoor environment starts with flooring that is truly safe for humans in every aspect

All your senses

Floor covering plays an important role in the interaction between an individual and their interior space.

In research conducted by Forbo Flooring Systems, we created a series of interior spaces, each with a different type of floor covering and measured brain activity. This clearly demonstrated how visual, touch, smell and sound can trigger our five senses.

This has implications for the choice of floor covering used for public places, offices, schools, health care facilities, leisure and hospitality and more. Important are the design features of a floor, including colour and light reflection, but also texture, touch, emissions, odours and sound.

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Choosing the right flooring solution can have significant effects on people's wellbeing

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Design

Design is one of the most important factors when it comes to creating a sense of well-being. Floor designs not only express the image and dynamics of a work or living space, design can also be used to make
institutional buildings look and feel more like a home.

Personalization by digital printing techniques allow us to make special floor covering productions where design, colour and size of the floor can be created according to the customers specifications, this way spaces can be personalized and become a valuable aspect of the indoor environment.

Floor coverings have the capacity to reflect natural light, making spaces feel open and bright. For each of our collections we supply both NCS colour codes as well as light reflection data so that designers can easily mix and match between colours and materials.

Surestep Original safety vinyl
Sarlon acoustic vinyl

Noise

Noise is a further comfort factor. Unwanted and irritating sounds are one of the most common causes of unease and discomfort. We therefore measure the decibel impact of each of our floor covering types. Based on this, we can advise on the optimal floor covering solution to reduce impact sounds on the floor below and ambient solutions for the space in which you are working. More information about our acoustic flooring

Tactility and comfort

Tactility is an obviously important factor for the floor beneath your feet. Choosing a soft, hard or resilient floor can make you feel comfortable and relaxed or active. The Forbo flooring portfolio offers a variety of options, ranging from facilitating walking to moving traffic and heavy loads.
More information about our flooring products

Flotex Vision - feels like a carpet

Downloads

  • Sustainability Report 2020

    Forbo Flooring Sustainability report
    Download our latest sustainability report.

  • Forbo Creating Better Environments Infographic

    Environmental Infographic
    Download our sustainability Infographic

  • Forbo Sustainability timeline 21.10.21

    Sustainability Timeline
    Creating better environments since 1847.

Social Accountability

Social Accountability

As well as reducing our impact on the planet, we're also working on caring for the people that touch our business, from employees to suppliers. That's why all of our UK manufacturing facilities are certified to:

• SA8000
Established by SAI and one of the world's preeminent social standards is a tool for implementing international labour standards to protect workers along each step of the supply chain.

• ISO 45001
ISO standard for management systems of occupational health and safety.

• BES 6002
Forbo helped to develop and become the first flooring company in the UK to achieve the BES 6002 (Ethical Labour Sourcing Standard).

The SA8000 Standard

The SA8000 standard is our commitment to realising a guaranteed fair treatment of workers.

Our supplier management program imposes requirements on our suppliers as a legally binding document. Our approach also involves close cooperation with individual suppliers. This is realised through meetings, on-site visits and supplier assessments that involve audits conducted by our purchasers or responsible managers.

These assessments ensure that our suppliers properly observe human and labour rights, occupational health and safety requirements, environmental performance goals and responsible business practices in their daily business.

For more information, click here

Elements of the SA8000 Standard

The SA8000 applies a management-systems approach to social performance and emphasises continual improvement.

The key elements of SA8000 covers the following elements:

• Child Labour
• Forced or Compulsory Labour
• Health and Safety
• Freedom of Association & Right to Collective Bargaining
• Discrimination
• Disciplinary Practices
• Working Hours
• Remuneration
• Management System

SA 8000 statistics

Goals for the people we are working with

Ensuring ethical and sustainable supply chain management
• Work with our suppliers to have a sustainability program to decrease their environmental footprint
• Focus on the materials procured to increase recycled or biobased content

Ensure that all employees are involved in sustainability
• Circular Economy and Sustainability training has been given to all employees
• Sustainability program implemented and program manager appointed

Ensuring we are socially responsible, diverse and inclusive
• Gender, age, cultural and physical background diversity and inclusion policy implemented
• Maintaining and improving our SA8000 certified social accountability management system

Sustainability goals people

Downloads

  • Sustainability Report 2020

    Forbo Flooring Sustainability report
    Download our latest sustainability report.

  • Forbo Creating Better Environments Infographic

    Environmental Infographic
    Download our sustainability Infographic.

  • Forbo Sustainability timeline 21.10.21

    Sustainability Timeline
    Creating better environments since 1847.

Our goals

Roadmap for the next 5 years

Our Sustainability program 2025 is designed to activate Forbo Flooring Systems' Sustainability Strategy.
For each of the seven main areas in the categories Circular economy and People, the sustainability goals for 2025 are explained.

sustainability program 2025
Forbo The Green Road

Goals for the circular economy

Displaying a carbon negative product portfolio
• Achieving a significant reduction of on-site CO2 emissions by 2025

Using renewable energy
• Achieving renewable electricity usage where possible
• Strong reduction of fossil gas usage

Becoming a zero-waste company
• Increasing reuse/recycling of product waste
• Achieving 100% reuse/recycling of office waste

Actively contributing to the circular economy
• Increase EU sales volume that is recycled after consumption
• Increase EU post installation waste that is recycled
• Increase adhesive free sales volume that is being reused and resold in EU
• Design for recycling: increase the recyclability of the products sold
• All products have recycled content (preferably post-consumer)

Goals for the people we are working with

Ensuring ethical and sustainable supply chain management
• Work with our suppliers to have a sustainability program to decrease their environmental footprint
• Focus on the materials procured to increase recycled or biobased content

Ensure that all employees are involved in sustainability
• Circular Economy and Sustainability training has been given to all employees
• Sustainability program implemented and program manager appointed

Ensuring we are socially responsible, diverse and inclusive
• Gender, age, cultural and physical background diversity and inclusion policy implemented
• Maintaining and improving our SA8000 certified social accountability management system

Sustainability employees

Downloads

  • Sustainability Report 2020

    Forbo Flooring Sustainability report
    Download our latest sustainability report.

  • Forbo Creating Better Environments Infographic

    Environmental Infographic
    Download our sustainability Infographic.

  • Forbo Sustainability timeline 21.10.21

    Sustainability Timeline
    Creating better environments since 1847.

Products

A sustainable assortment

Due to our commitment to sustainability, the Forbo Flooring Systems' product portfolio has some truly unique sustainable solutions. For example our Marmoleum floor coverings that are CO2 neutral when they leave our factory, without offsetting. Our vinyl floors that are truly safe to use and offer great adhesive free options, ready for the circular economy. Our textile floors that have a high recycled content, especially our carpet tiles that achieve at least a recycled content of 56% by weight. And last but not least our Coral entrance systems that are made with Econyl yarns derived from abandoned fishing nets.
Learn more about our product portfolio by clicking on the links below.

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An impressive adhesive free portfolio

We've never had such a wide range of solutions for products that can be laid without adhesive. We offer adhesive free products in sheet, plank and tile format.

Adhesive free products not only save time and money during installation, there are potential savings on future renovations as no costly sub floor preparation is required on removal.

These adhesive free products can be easily recycled or reused so are fully circular.

Forbo offers adhesive free flooring in both vinyl and entrance products category.more information about our adhesive free Fast Fit collection

Marmoleum: natural and CO2 neutral

Marmoleum, Forbo’s linoleum brand, is a true environmental evergreen.

Made from natural raw materials and produced in a modern and efficient production environment running on green electricity, the production of this floor covering is actually carbon negative from cradle to gate.

For example, 10,000 m2 of Marmoleum (2.5 mm) reduces CO2 emissions by 400 kg without any offset!
Read more about our CO2 neutral Marmoleum

Marmoleum Marbled Fresco
Sarlon acoustic vinyl

Vinyl: state-of-the-art performance

Vinyl floor coverings are part of a versatile range of products whose technical and sustainable properties have, over the years, undergone a metamorphosis.

Forbo’s vinyl portfolio represents state-of-the-art quality, manufactured in ultra-modern and energy efficient production plants.

Apart from improving recycled or reused content, further advances have been made in lacquers and dyes, which are waterbased, while product emissions have been reduced to near zero and harmful substances eliminated. We offer a commercial portfolio of fully phthalate-free vinyl.

Flotex: high tech textile

Conventional sheet and tile textile floor covering is made of tufted yarns and then finished with a latex or bitumen backing. Forbo’s Flotex collections are different. They are created from 6.6 nylon fibres with an impervious backing that create a dense, comfortable surface that is sturdy and resilient as well. Flotex is available in sheet, planks and tiles. The modular solutions contain a high percentage of recycled material.

Being both hygienic and washable, Flotex is an example of the type of innovation that opens up new segments for textiles. Not only in hospitality, leisure spaces and offices, but also in care and cure facilities, schools and public buildings. More information about our Flotex flocked flooring

Flotex Colour flocked flooring
Tessera Layout & Outline carpet tiles

Carpet tiles: industry leading recycled content

Forbo’s carpet tile portfolio features recycled yarn and modified bitumen.

By weight our carpet tiles have the highest recycled content in the industry. On average the percentage of recycled content by weight is at least 56%.

We also manufacture random lay/batchless tiles that reduce installation waste to less than 2%.

We are experimenting with end of life solutions, especially those that involve separating the tiles’ textile layer from their backing. more information about our carpet tiles

Entrance floors: the most efficient flooring

Well-designed entrance floors not only offer a sustainable solution in and of themselves, they also contribute to the sustainability of the building in which they are used, throughout the life cycle of that building.

Our entrance floor covering can stop up to 95% of dirt from being walked into the building. In this way, entrance flooring can protect the quality of an interior, lengthen the use of a floor and cut down on cleaning and maintenance costs and the use of detergents. We use yarns that are upcycled from old fishing nets for a number of our collections. A truly sustainable solution. More information about our entrance flooring systems

Coral Welcome entrance system

Downloads

  • Sustainability Report 2020

    Forbo Flooring Sustainability report
    Download our latest sustainability report.

  • Forbo Creating Better Environments Infographic

    Environmental Infographic
    Download our sustainability Infographic.

  • Forbo Sustainability timeline 21.10.21

    Sustainability Timeline
    Creating better environments since 1847.

Recycling Schemes

Recycling schemes

As a key element in the circular economy is to reclaim materials and waste, we offer a number of schemes that help us achieve this goal.

From collecting and recycling clean installation waste to the reuse of our sampling materials, we aim to reduce the use of virgin materials, prevent waste and to reuse or recycle where possible,

Back to the floor recycling
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Back to the Floor

We collect clean installation off-cuts of Forbo products through our ‘Back to the Floor’ programme.

It’s good for us as it provides material to recycle back into our some of our products and it’s good for contractors as it saves money rather than landfilling it.

We collect Marmoleum, Eternal, Modul'up, Sarlon and Sphera smooth vinyl, Allura LVT, Novilon cushioned vinyl, Flotex and Tessera carpet tile off-cuts.

Collections are FREE and as landfill taxes are now £96.70 per tonne, you can make substantial savings by using Back to the Floor. To check how much you can save, just use our handy savings calculator:
BTTF SAVINGS CALCULATOR

To find out more just contact Back to the Floor on 0161 925 8760, backtothefloor@forbo.com

Download: Back to the Floor leaflet

End of life carpet tile recycling

Forbo Flooring has links with a wide network of recycling companies and can bring customers and recyclers together so that uplifted carpet tiles can be recycled or reused.

For more details, please contact your local Forbo area sales manager.

Carpet tiles can be recycled at the end of life
Save a Sample

Save a Sample

Our save a sample scheme encourages customers to return samples to us once they have served their purpose. This allows the samples to be re-used or recycled rather than thrown in the bin, and ultimately reduces the amount of material going to landfill.
Since the introduction of the ‘Save a Sample’ service in 2010 the scheme’s popularity has been growing steadily each year. The quality of the samples returned is so high that the vast majority of samples (approx. 85%) can be reused so reducing the need to order virgin sample material.
If you have samples you would like to return to us, please ring 0800 731 2369 and we can either supply you a pre-paid label (if the weight of the samples is under 5kg) or alternatively, if you have a large amount of samples to return, we can organise a collection of suitably packaged material.

Downloads

  • Forbo Flooring Sustainability Report 2020

    Forbo Flooring Sustainability report
    Download our latest sustainability report.

  • Forbo Creating Better Environments Infographic

    Environmental Infographic
    Download our sustainability Infographic.

  • Forbo Sustainability timeline 21.10.21

    Sustainability Timeline
    Creating better environments since 1847.