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Interface has developed extremely high-performance backings for the demanding contract market.
Biomimicry is the science that studies nature's models and imitates or takes inspiration from these designs and processes to solve human problems. For example, we have a range of random products that were first inspired by leaves on a forest floor.
Interface have certified Environmental Profiles on many products according to the 2008 methodology from BRE. These Environmental Profiles measure the environmental performance of materials over their entire life cycle through their extraction, processing, manufacture, construction, use, maintenance and their eventual disposal. The overall result is presented in Ecopoints and the lower the Ecopoint score the less environmental impact the product has. When an Environmental Profile is generated for a construction product BRE model the impact of the product within a building elemental specification - for example flooring. The Green Guide to Specification presents information on the environmental i mpacts of building elements and products by ranking them on a rating scale A+ to E. Specifications with the lowest Ecopoints achieve A+ and those with the highest achieve E ratings. For information on the Environmental Profiles and Green Guide ratings of Interface products please visit www.greenbooklive.com.
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- BSI ( British Standards Institution )
The BSI certification mark is for organisations whose management systems have been assessed by BSI as fulfilling the requirements of a given standard or scheme. The UK has management systems in compliance with BS EN ISO 9001: 2000 and BS EN ISO 14001: 2004.