During 2020 Greenstream diverted over 51,100m2 of otherwise wasted carpet for the benefit of the community and was also instrumental in providing support to the “Floored Report,” which highlighted the important impact that carpet has on Welsh housing standards.
The report also features the work Greenstream do with eight housing associations as part of its Affordable Flooring project and how it supports people in the local community with low-cost flooring.
With 11 employees in the business and a mission to create opportunities through sustainable employment, the report goes on to include the important work the company does for local people through providing jobs and training through its advocacy work.
Ellen Petts, founder and managing director, Greenstream Flooring CIC, said:
“Reusing and repurposing carpet tiles that are no longer required is the bedrock of how we can continue the success of our business. We all need to play our part in understanding what the circular economy can bring to the future of our planet. Understanding the consequences for our children and grandchildren, if we do not change our ways of disposing of not just carpet tiles, but everything we no longer require, is of vital importance.
“We are looking forward to a year where we can work even more closely in partnership with organisations who share our vision to eliminate waste and to keep products in use for longer.”
Some key facts from the report:
♻️ Diverted over 51,100m2 of otherwise wasted carpet from landfill
♻️ Donated 5,700m2 of material to those in need
♻️ Supported 129 low-income tenants through our Affordable Housing programme
♻️ Held 17 free giveaway days
♻️ Employed 11 people.
To download the report, click HERE
For information on Greenstream Flooring CIC please visit www.findcarpettiles.co.uk