23 Eco- Friendly Carpets

Eco Friendly flooring is easy to find, but finding Eco Friendly/ Green Carpets may not be so easy. Most of these sites have a store locator!

1. Anton Carpet Fiber : Nylon Carpet using at least 90% post consumer wast.

2.) Carousel Carpets:  Utilizes Green and recycled materials

3.) Clayton Miller: Wool Carpets

4.) Green Floors: Has a wide variety of flooring options

5.) Interface: Leed certified

6.) Fibreworks: Natural Fiber floor coverings

7.) FLOR: Dealer locator on website. Carpet squares. Some advantages of Flor from ActiveRain

8.) E.J. Hakimina: Moroccan, tribal and wool rugs

9.) Garuda Woven Art: Fair trade wool rugs, natural dyed and chemical free.

10.) Natures Carpet: Has a ‘Green’ Spectrum on website. Dealer locator on website.

11.) Helios: Wool carpet manufacturer, with ‘green’ practices. Seem to work mainly with designers (listed on website)

12.) Honeywell  Nylon: Recycled nylon Carpet. Also reclaim and are LEEDS

13.) Lees Carpets: Recycled content carpet

14.) Milliken Carpet: Sustainable company

15.) Mohawk: Uses corn sugars instead of petroleum to process carpet. Some carpets made out of recycled bottles.

16.) Natures Carpet : 100% Wool Carpet

17.) New Moon Rugs: Chemical free wool rugs

18.) Earthweave: They offer a biofloor which is 100% biodegradable. They do not have a dealer locator on web site, just have to call them.

19.) Shaw: Offers carpet, hardwood and laminates. Dealer locator on website. For more information go to Think Space who used Shaw for commercial use.

20.) Tandus: Recycled Carpet

21.) Tricyle Carpeting: (Actually they make carpet samples made from paper) A little write up by Tree Hugger

22.) Universal Textile Technologies: Recycled carpet backing

23.) Corn Carpet: Carpeting made from corn.


Carpet Industry Embraces Recycled Materials from Do it Yourself

Corn Carpet review from About My Planet

Standards for Environmentally Friendly Carpeting from the EPA

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