Join us on June 15th for a free webinar where we will highlight Teknoflor and Lex-Tex, two up-and-coming brands and new members of the ecomedes sustainable product catalog.
Join Dow alongside a panel of sustainability and flooring industry experts on June 9th at 2:00 p.m. ET for their take on sustainable flooring trends in the next decade. Attendees will learn how new technologies pair with ecological know-how to help the flooring industry create more sustainable, recyclable materials and products that meet consumer demands and local standards. Experts will identify the major consumer trends, styles and attitudes that continue to push the industry.
Join a free session explaining how to leverage https://sftool.ecomedes.com/ to gain visibility with federal government procurment.
Join sustainability leaders from Interface, Humanscale, and DPR Construction to hear how they are addressing the growing call for reduced embodied carbon across the product lifecycle.
Join us to learn more about two new members of the ecomedes sustainable product catalog, IceStone, a Brooklyn-based countertop manufacturer leading the effort to deliver beauty and durability while respecting the planet, and Mosa, a Netherlands-based manufacturer of ceramic tile that meets the highest levels of life cycle assessment for sustainability.
SCS Global Services has partnered with the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) to make your certified product information readily available to federal buyers sourcing greener products. Join us for an informational webinar on augmenting your product data in GSA’s SFTool for federal purchasers. This initiative is facilitated by GSA, ecomedes and SCS at no cost to you. There are more than 15,000 SCS-certified products currently represented in sftool.ecomedes.com. You can review how your products are represented here: https://rb.gy/oe1ce6
According to a recent AIA survey, 79% of Architects want to specify more sustainable materials, and 82% look to manufacturer websites as an information source, but only 59% are somewhat or very satisfied with what they find there. In addition, 59% still perceive sustainable products as too expensive. What needs to be done to address these challenges, and how will this change as the world emerges from a coronavirus pandemic? This panel discussion, with leading building product sustainability experts from Herman Miller, Tarkett and Saint-Gobain, will capture the manufacturer’s viewpoint around sustainable product purchasing, identify initiatives that address better information and transparency, debate the cost perception, and share expectations for the post-pandemic world.