Join us to learn more about two new members of the ecomedes sustainable product catalog, Teknoflor, a member of the HMTX family of flooring brands based in Milwaukee, and Len-Tex, a New Hampshire-based manufacturer of beautiful yet durable wall-coverings.
Both Teknoflor and Len-Tex are committed to sustainability and material transparency through their active memberships with the Health Product Declaration (HPD) Collaborative.
Combining durability with state-of-the-art technology, Teknoflor’s no wax, no buff resilient flooring, combined with LVT design, is ideal for Heathcare, Senior Care, Government, Corporate, and Education settings. In 2018, Teknoflor introduced Naturescapes HPD™, a chlorine-free resilient sheet made with ecuran, a material botanically-derived from castor seed oil and natural minerals. Naturescapes HPD™ became the first resilient flooring product to achieve Petal Certification under the Living Product Challenge.
Len-Tex, founded in 1983, has demonstrated a commitment to wallcoverings that promote indoor air quality (IAQ). Their unique Clean Vinyl TechnologyTM formulation addresses health concerns often associated with the chemicals found in traditional vinyl and contributes to achievement of LEED credits for building projects. In addition, their implementation of an antimicrobial, Ultra-Fresh, provides protection from bacterial growth and the associated odors and stains. Most recently, Len-Tex measured and verified the sum of their health and environmental efforts, and their benefits, through GreenCircle Certification.
In the panel webinar, Ellie Priester, VP of Marketing for Teknoflor, and Don Lennon, President and Founder for Len-Tex, will share insights on:
• Challenges and advances in sustainable manufacturing of flooring and wall coverings
• Positive health impact from natural materials
• The importance of certifications in achieving LEED credit
• Leveraging ecomedes to find and evaluate Teknoflor and Len-Tex products