The Vinyl Sustainability Council (VSC), a self-funded business council advancing sustainability in the vinyl industry, is pleased to welcome Mannington Mills as the council’s newest member. VSC membership is reserved for organizations taking a leadership role to advance sustainability throughout the vinyl industry.

“Mannington demonstrates its commitment to sustainability through its innovative product design, state-of-the-art processes, and industry-leading programs, and they continually look for ways to improve,” said Jay Thomas, executive director of the Vinyl Sustainability Council. “We look forward to collaborating with Mannington to help advance sustainability best practices for the vinyl industry.”

Mannington Mills is one of the world's leading manufacturers of fine flooring. Founded in Salem, New Jersey, in 1915 by John Boston Campbell, Mannington is in its fifth generation of family ownership and is committed to domestic manufacturing. They manufacture and sell residential and commercial flooring under the Mannington, Mannington Commercial, Amtico, and Phenix brands.

“The Vinyl Sustainability Council is a great collaboration forum where we can come together and advance industry sustainability goals,” said Shane Totten, director of sustainability at Mannington Mills, Inc. “As Mannington pursues its decarbonization goals, we hope to leverage relationships in the council that will help advance the use of bio-based ingredients by our suppliers.”

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