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Join Tarkett's online panel discussion "Net zero carbon buildings: Why should we look for circular solutions beyond offsetting?"
Join Tarkett's online panel discussion "Net zero carbon buildings: Why should we look for circular solutions beyond offsetting?"

Join Tarkett's panel discussion "Net zero carbon buildings: Why should we look for circular solutions beyond offsetting?" gathering industry experts from White Arkitekter, BRE Group and Tarkett.

How to succeed in the race to net zero carbon buildings?
How to succeed in the race to net zero carbon buildings?

How to succeed in the race to net zero carbon buildings?

Tarkett’s Carbon Calculator breaks new ground by bringing end-of-life closed-loop recycling into the equation - an industry first
Tarkett’s Carbon Calculator breaks new ground by bringing end-of-life closed-loop recycling into the equation - an industry first

Tarkett's new thorough yet easy-to-use Carbon Calculator offers customers full transparency on the carbon footprint of Tarkett’s flooring collections

Tarkett Circular Selection inspired artist Gustav Winsth to create Cross Section
Tarkett Circular Selection inspired artist Gustav Winsth to create Cross Section

Discover Cross Section by Gustav Winsth, a series of a series of objects made of products from the Tarkett Circular Selection Site

Tarkett’s new Lino collection ignites inspiration with design studio En Bande Organisée
Tarkett’s new Lino collection ignites inspiration with design studio En Bande Organisée

Learn how Tarkett invited the renowned French design studio, En Bande Organisée, to immerse itself in its new collection and explore its endless creative possibilities through two projects.

Tarkett launches 2030 Climate Roadmap
Tarkett launches 2030 Climate Roadmap

Learn more about Tarkett's 2030 Climate Roadmap, in full alignment with the Paris Climate Agreement to limit global warning to 1.5°C.