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How does S&D Flooring implement the Recofloor Vinyl take back scheme? Read Below to find out!
How Recofloor works
S&D Flooring are improving it's environmental impact by recycling its waste vinyl flooring products using the Recofloor vinyl take back scheme. Flooring manufacturers Altro and Polyflor are founding members of the vinyl flooring take-back scheme, Recofloor. Waste vinyl flooring collected under the scheme is recycled and diverted from landfill. All post installation off-cuts are collected and recycled back into new flooring. Whereas smooth uplifted vinyl are used to make traffic management products such as traffic cones and road sign bases.
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Check out our latest Recofloor Blog Post here.
S&D Flooring is the first company in the history of the Recofloor scheme to win two awards in one year at our 2017 awards; they won both the Brand Ambassador and Outstanding Achievement awards.
S&D have been nothing short of exemplary, in 2016 they collected the largest volume of material by any contractor (14.6 tonnes) and it was all good quality material with no contamination issues whatsoever. S&D are on track this year to smash last year's target.
S&D Flooring were delighted to win the 2016 Best Newcomer Award and it's spurred us on to do even better for the future. This year, our collections are already up on 2015. We actively promote our Recofloor membership to all our customers and through our van branding and website. We have refurbishment contracts with our local council and a partnership with a commercial modular building company so offering a vinyl flooring recycling service ticks all the right boxes for these clients. Recofloor helps us to differentiate our company in a really positive way.