Johnsonite rubber tile has a new product-specific Environmental Product Declaration (EPD), which details health and environmental impacts of each ingredient, as well as embodied carbon from cradle to gate. 

The EPD reports that Tarkett’s carbon footprint for rubber tile is up to 20% lower than equivalent products in the industry. Committed to changing the game with circular economy and to reducing their carbon footprint, Tarkett and Johnsonite have implemented an eco-innovation strategy based on Cradle to Cradle principles. Many Johnsonite products, including all rubber tile collections, are Cradle to Cradle Certified on the basis of five criteria: material health; product circularity; renewable energy and climate requirements; water stewardship; and social fairness. When their products reach their end of life, the company’s ReStart® program makes it possible for them to be repurposed or recycled.

Today, Tarkett continues to invest in the Johnsonite brand, with two-week lead times to distributors expected to be achieved across the portfolio by the end of 2023. The company also has plans to introduce new products under the Johnsonite brand in 2024.

The Johnsonite rubber tile portfolio offers the industry’s broadest selection of colors, patterns and textures with unlimited opportunities for customization and the ability to match any color without dye lots.

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