29 Mar '16, 12pm

Our transparency has created positive change & transformed our industry. @gbd_mag, on our #sustainability journey:

Such profound transparency has been at the heart of Interface’s sustainability mission ever since, though the meaning of the term continues to evolve in keeping with the times. These days, Interface employs transparency strategies—in ingredients, manufacturing processes, environmental impacts, health risks, and embodied carbon—as a means to push the building and construction industry toward a radical new paradigm where it becomes an agent of positive change, rather than an obstacle that consumers and regulators are forced to push toward common societal goals.

Full article: http://gbdmagazine.com/2016/inside-interfaces-radical-tra...

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