Sustainability

Our company is committed to changing the flooring industry to help better our environment. With this intent, FreeStyle Flooring Products were created using the following criteria:

Maximum Recycled Content

From our beginning, FreeStyle Flooring has been a leader in recycling waste plastics and developed FreeStyle products to help maximize recycle content and provide an outlet for waste materials generated by the flooring industry.

100% Cradle-to-Cradle Recovery

We were intent on keeping our products out of the landfill and worked to ensure that our products are 100% recyclable back into new Freestyle Flooring. Download FreeStyle Cradle to Cradle Reuse Program for more information.

No Adhesives – No VOCs

Our products were designed to be free-lay not only to dramatically reduce installation requirements (and the associated costs, disruption, and energy requirements) but also to eliminate the potential for solvent emissions from adhesives.

Our flooring is certified MAS Green. Only products that pass the stringent MAS tests can display the MAS Certified Green logo. This logo is your assurance our flooring is certified for low VOC emissions.

Our mission is not simply to do good, but to be a leader in the effort to improve our world so that others will follow.

FreeStyle and LEED™

Use of FreeStyle flooring can help contribute to LEED points. Because SelecTech Flooring Products have both post-consumer and post-industrial content, are 100% recyclable back into new SelecTech products, and can be reused if the space is renovated in the future, they can contribute to up to 5 points in the Material & Resources category. Also, since SelecTech Flooring is manufactured in the U.S., its use can also contribute to 2 LEED points for use of Regional Materials. Finally, since SelecTech Flooring installs without adhesives, its use can actually contribute to the overall air quality of a building and SelecTech is investigating obtaining additional credits that may be available for Innovation under the LEED program.

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