Interface's Microsfera is a milestone in its ongoing challenge to combine beautiful and functional design with the Mission Zero promise, according to the company.

"Microsfera is a big step forward. Even compared to a typical carpet tile using 100% recycled nylon, the carbon footprint of Microsfera is less than half the size," according to a company representative.

According to the company, Microsfera addresses the two biggest CO² contributors in the industry—the yarn and the middle layer, known as the precoat.

The combination of a low-impact polypropylene yarn, Interface's microtuft construction and a modular fusion process has eliminated the need for the precoat by fusing the yarn pile directly to the backing.
This results in a high-performing product with the smallest carbon footprint, according to the company.

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