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Trend Lighting has lamps that are still in service after 16 years of use.
Lacquercraft Hospitality's factory in Jaishan, China installed 24,000 solar panels during the past 6 months.
American Standard has developed a toilet that conserves water and can be installed without tools.
Audit Logistics routes product using rail and sea options that are good for the environment and save money.
Brinton's carpets come primarily from wool and their product packaging is made from recyclable materials.
Fairmont's dressers and tables are made from renewable wood sources and water-based finishes.
Interface's commitment to sustainability goes beyond modular carpeting, promising to eliminate any negative impact on the environment by 2020.
JLF makes seating from responsibly harvested, locally sourced wood and toxin-free water-based materials.
Kimball Hospitality offers low formaldehyde case goods that reduce harmful toxins and improve indoor air quality.
Majestic Mirror & Frame uses repurposed waste wood fibers for a smooth look that does not warp.