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IOBAC: adhesive-free flooring tiles which can be readily reused and recycled

IOBAC

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IOBAC avoids adhesive and attaches its flooring materials partly by means of magnets. Its Dual-Grip technology affixes flooring using both magnetism and tack. This means that tiles can be taken up and reused, keeping the components in the value chain, or recycled. The technology is manufactured using plant-based VOC-free resins, recycled rubber tyres and additives from scrap iron.

Hutoepito: upcycling closed-cell rigid polyurethane foams

Upcycling of closed-cell rigid polyurethane foams

The Hungarian Ministry of Finance has approved a HUF 197.85 million non-refundable grant for Hutoepito, the parent company of KleanLabs, in order to fund research, development and innovation activities under the Upcycling of closed-cell rigid polyurethane foams project, which will run until 31 January 2025.

A new life for used or broken skateboards makes the rides more sustainable and supports the local community

CDIY products

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Lithuania

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The Lithuanian Commune DIY, a team of skateboarding professionals and enthusiasts, collects old, broken Canadian maple hardwood skateboards that have lost their original purpose and recycles them 100 %. The new products made of skateboards are sustainable, strong and have a new life span which is longer than the one of an average skateboard deck.

Tarkett pioneers the Material and Product Passport concept with the Material Health Statement

Tarkett has launched an independently verified (by EPEA), science-based declaration highlighting the health hazards and risks of materials in a particular product. By introducing this Material Health Statement (MHS), Tarkett completes the environmental data provided by the Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) and complements its indicators.

Tarkett and Aquafil are closing the loop on carpet tiles

Closing the loop

Tarkett has developed a technology at its Dutch Waalwijk carpet production facility enabling the separation of the two principal components of carpet tiles. Its recycling centre creates two streams of materials that can be recycled and transformed into high-quality resources for new products.

Circular flooring partnership by Tarkett & IKEA

Tarkett & IKEA circular project

Tarkett is pioneering post-use flooring recycling in Europe. It is working with IKEA to transform used Tarkett flooring from the IKEA Kungens Kurva store into new flooring.

Ragn-Sells and Tarkett are developing carbon negative circular raw materials from waste

Ragn-Sells and Tarkett cooperation

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Estonia, France

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Tarkett is working with the Swedish environmental company Ragn-Sells to develop carbon negative mineral fillers for vinyl flooring by 2025, using Estonian oil shale ash.

The reusable Ocean Package for e-commerce

The Ocean Package

The Ocean Package UG is a young and sustainable company from Munich with the goal to make e-commerce more environmentally friendly and sustainable. For this purpose, they have designed reusable packaging made of recycled polypropylene, which contains a proportion of collected plastic from the North Sea. Their product can be used 20 times more often than conventional cardboard packaging.

CIMPA: making multilayer plastic films circular

Cimpa

CIMPA, an EU-funded H2020 project, aims to develop a recycling chain for post-industrial and post-consumer multilayer films from food and agricultural applications. This complex approach combines innovative compositional sorting, mechanical and physical recycling and an advanced decontamination process.

CIRCULAR FoodPack, or how to enable the circular use of plastic packaging for direct food contact

Circular foodpack

The consortium CIRCULAR FoodPack is working on solutions to enable the circular use of plastic packaging, focusing on the most sensitive product category: food. The project aims to develop recyclable packaging with at least 50% post-consumer recyclates incorporated behind a functional barrier.

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