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Forbo showcases the world’s most sustainable floor covering for today’s interiors

Manufactured using an unrivalled 97% natural raw materials - 70% of which are rapidly renewable - and with 40% recycled content, Marmoleum, the market leading linoleum brand from Forbo Flooring Systems, is the most natural and sustainable floor covering for today’s interiors.

(Stand number S630)

Awarded more Ecolabels than any other flooring product in the world, Marmoleum’s ecological credentials include the Nordic Swan Mark, awarded to the most sustainable product in any given category.

Visitors to Forbo’s Ecobuild stand will have the opportunity to interact first hand with the natural, harvestable raw ingredients that give Marmoleum its unsurpassed sustainability, such as linseed oil derived from the flax plant, and rosin and responsibly sourced wood flour. ‘Colour walls’ will also show how Forbo’s flagship brand delivers in aesthetic terms.

Visitors can find out more about Forbo’s ambitious target of reducing its Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) score by 25% by 2015 and initiatives across its Carpet Tile, Flotex and Entrance Flooring System product categories.  They are also invited to attend a Carpet Recycling UK seminar where Forbo’s Head of Design Jason Holmes will present the company’s Green Design principles in a session focusing on designing with recycled content.

For more information on Marmoleum and other floor coverings offered by Forbo Flooring Systems please visit, call 0844 822 3928 or email

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