Bentley Mills, Inc., a commercial carpet manufacturer based in City of Industry, California, announced the appointment of Holly Holton as global director of sustainability. Holton joined Bentley in 2009 as an account executive and will now focus on engaging industry partners on Bentley’s evolving sustainability progress and continued initiatives.

“As a company dedicated to exceeding California’s sustainability standards, Bentley will continue to design products to lower our chemicals of concern and carbon footprint,” said Jay Brown, president and chief operating officer, Bentley. “Holly will strengthen how Bentley externalizes our advancements in renewable energy, bio-based material, and recycled content.”

Holton has worked in the commercial carpet industry for more than two decades, including as a sustainability manager at Mohawk Group. She also played a key role in guiding the process for Bentley’s LEED EB-OM Gold certification of its carpet mill, as well as Cradle to Cradle product certification.

Bentley continues to grow the sustainable operations team. Emily Chu, sustainability and environmental manager, joined the team in September 2021 and is focused on operational environmental initiatives and product certifications.

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