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Upstream acoustic carpet tiles with EcoSoft by Carpets Inter

The Upstream carpet tile collection has been engineered by Carpets Inter with the environment in mind.

For more than a decade, the company has diverted plastic waste from landfill and the oceans, recycling over 700 million discarded plastic bottles to create the EcoSoft carpet tiles used in the collection.

One square metre of Upstream with EcoSoft contains the equivalent of 50 recycled 600 ml PET bottles.

The Upstream carpet collection is also more thermally efficient than PVC or bitumen hard-backed carpet tile.

It also offers twice the sound absorption qualities of regular hard-backed carpet tile, provides the highest achievable ECSL4 Green Star rating, and scores 100% Green Star points on the Mat-2 calculator.

Upstream offers two distinct designs: Ebb is a dynamic organic pattern that will accentuate any interior, and Flow is a steady design, continuously streaming in one direction.

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