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Tarkett have been recognised for their commitment to the environment at the Willmott Dixon Better Together Supply Chain Awards, acknowledging partners who work with Willmot Dixon to deliver sustainable initiatives across its project portfolio.
Committed to “Doing Good. Together.” Tarkett’s has an eco-innovation strategy that is based on Cradle to Cradle® principles and promotes the circular economy, with the ultimate goal of contributing to people’s health and wellbeing, and preserving natural capital.
One of the key reasons Tarkett was chosen as the winner for the award was for its Restart® Programme. The initiative is dedicated to the collection of post-installation and post-consumer flooring, with the aim of recycling and reusing it as a new resource.
Simon Rogers, Marketing Director at Tarkett, commented: “Our aim is to create a future for all, where people and the planet prosper. To achieve this, we have developed a circular economy methodology whereby we responsibly source materials, combat global warming and improve indoor air quality and wellbeing through our products. Being recognised for our commitment to sustainable practices highlights the good we are doing and our positive impact on the environment.”
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