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Published on Wednesday, 05 March 2014

Interface proposes new business model

Written by Brett Mathews

new modelATLANTA - A new report commissioned by the world's largest carpet tile manufacturer, Interface, has proposed the adoption of a new industrial business model which decouples economic success from natural resource consumption and drives growth through investing resource efficiency savings into sustainability initiatives. It is claimed that if the new business model was adopted Europe-wide, it could lead to Euro 100bn in additional profits, 168,000 new jobs and a 14 per cent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions.


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