Closing the loop with CarpetCycle: Tour, Presentation, and Networking 4-7 pm, January 22, Roselle, New Jersey

  • 22 January 2019
  • Start time : 04:00 PM
  • End time : 07:00 PM
  • Event Host : U.S. Green Building Council–NJ
  • Event Location : CarpetCycle, 360 West 1st Ave, Roselle, NJ, United States
Event Description

About CarpetCycle: An estimated 3.5 billion pounds of post-consumer carpet gets landfilled in the United States annually. Since their inception, in 1999, CarpetCycle has been providing services to safely remove, collect and recycle commercial and residential carpet and post-consumer building materials (including; ceiling tiles, gypsum wallboard, fluorescent lights, and VCT floor tile). Today, more than 200-million pounds of diverted carpet later, they continue to prove the true meaning of building green. See their facility and hear about their innovative recycling technologies to preserve the future of our planet, as well as CarpetCycles’ Quiet-Tech Insulation. This new recycled acoustic insulation is a great way to close the recycling loop!

  • Host Company/Organization Name
    • U.S. Green Building Council–NJ
  • Event type
    • Conference/Expo

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