Tarkett, a manufacturer of flooring and sports surface solutions, is one of the first companies to join the “Circular Economy 100” program launched on Feb. 8 by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation. This program aims at creating a network of 100 companies whose ambition is to promote the development of the circular economy, a model for economic growth based on circular reuse of materials and preservation of the world’s resources.
“As part of its sustainability strategy, Tarkett has already been engaged with eco-innovation for several years. Our objective is to develop products that could be reused at the end of their usage life, in our own production cycle or by other industries. We also benefit from our pioneering experience in recycling, which started in 1957. Our involvement in this program will allow us to exchange best practices and continue our development towards a sustainable and responsible economic model,” explaines Michel Giannuzzi, CEO of the Tarkett Group.
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