Interior Designers and Architects Have a Critical Role to Play in the Circular Economy

Choosing sustainable practices and materials to create beautiful spaces is one of the most important and exciting design challenges of our time

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The Jeans carpet collection by Tarkett.

Why now?

  • Global warming is real.
  • Demand for wellness considerations in the built environment continue to increase.
  • Policies and government incentives to create green spaces continue to advance.
  • Investing in sustainability contributes to an organization’s reputational value.
https://www.econyl.com/whitepaper/5-reasons-for-interior-designers-and-architects-to-use-sustainable-materials/
https://www.econyl.com/whitepaper/5-reasons-for-interior-designers-and-architects-to-use-sustainable-materials/

Who We Are:

At Aquafil Group, we have invested years in research and development to create ECONYL® regenerated nylon that is used to produce among the most sustainable and beautiful textiles in the world by more than 1,000 brands across the globe. Nylon waste from landfills and oceans around the world is transformed into ECONYL® regenerated nylon to be used in designs made by fashion houses such as Prada, Stella McCartney, Adidas and Gucci and interiors textiles such as modular flooring made by Interface, ege, Milliken, Modulyss and more. It maintains the same quality as new nylon and can be recycled, recreated and reused again and again.

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Recycling? Yes, and further! We regenerate nylon waste into new materials for brand new products. Download our sustainable design ebook http://bit.ly/2rzwzLj

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