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stop global warming with the cool carpet (tm) option

The Cool Carpet ™ option is one step you can make to stop global warming with your commercial carpet. Create a “greener” building with “green” product choices.

  • Chill global warming by offsetting greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
  • All the carbon offset credits for Bentley Prince Street’s Cool Carpet products are validated by theClimate Neutral Network.
  • The Cool Carpet ™ option will neutralize the impact of CO2 emissions over the lifecycle of your carpet
  • Bentley Prince Street has a mission to achieve a zero environmental footprint by the year 2020. Sustainability is a priority in the use of raw materials, recycled materials and renewable materials. Bentley Prince Street provides customers with recognition of their environmental stewardship.
  • The Cool Carpet ™ option is available on all Bentley Prince Street products for an additional charge of 20 cents per square yard on broadloom or modular product purchases.
Topics: Green Buildings

the natural step

The Natural Step is a non-profit advisory and research organization focused on accelerating global sustainability. Is an international organization ( that can guide a company towards an ecologically, socially, economically sustainable path. The sustainability experts, scientists, and businesses create solutions that will lead towards a sustainable future.

Topics: Green Buildings

u.s. green building council

The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) is a non-profit organization to educate businesses on green buildings. Check out the to learn about green building, join as an organization or sign up for courses and workshops.

Topics: Green Buildings

green buildings – green carpets

If you can’t build a “green” building, you can take numerous steps towards making your business and your building “green” by using products manufactured by companies with missions towards global sustainability.

Even the government is on track with the Greening the Government Executive Order 13123 states that the “federal government shall significantly improve its energy management in order to save taxpayer dollars and to reduce emissions that contribute to air pollution and global climate change.”

Topics: Green Buildings