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The green flooring blog keeps your up to date on all things eco friendly floor related. New to green living or already an expert on the subject? This blog is the place to share information and ideas on green flooring. Exchange green tips with other flooring bloggers and learn how green flooring can make your home more environmentally friendly. To view more flooring blog posts, visit the main floor blog at FindAnyFloor.com.

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Green Furniture to go with Green Floors

Have green floors in your home and want some green furnishings to go with it? Some of the most popular materials used to make eco-friendly furniture include bamboo...(more on Green Furniture to go with Green Floors)

By Kirsten Kapsin, Posted in Green Flooring on December 24, 2008
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Green Furniture to go with Green Floors

The Environmental Benefits of Bamboo

Bamboo is a perfect choice for those who desire flooring that's both durable and green. Unlike other floor surfaces that are made with non-sustainable materials...(more on The Environmental Benefits of Bamboo)

By Kirsten Kapsin, Posted in Green Flooring on December 23, 2008
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The Environmental Benefits of Bamboo

Recycled Cement

Concrete is comprised of aggregates (e.g. particles of stone and gravel) and cement. While the process of sourcing and preparing these materials is...(more on Recycled Cement)

By Kirsten Kapsin, Posted in Green Flooring on December 19, 2008
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Recycled Cement

Eco Tile Flooring

Tile flooring can be both an eco-friendly and attractive choice for a home or office. A number of tile types can be recycled and made into new flooring. You can...(more on Eco Tile Flooring)

By Kirsten Kapsin, Posted in Green Flooring on December 16, 2008
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Eco Tile Flooring

What is Cork Flooring?

Cork, one of my favorite types of "green" flooring, is actually made from the bark of the cork oak tree. Cork flooring is considered a renewable and sustainable...(more on What is Cork Flooring?)

By Stacey Kosha, Posted in Cork Flooring on December 15, 2008
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What is Cork Flooring?

Low Impact Development

Low-impact development (LID) is a green building process that utilizes nature in order to direct storm water closer to its source. LID methods include: Creating...(more on Low Impact Development)

By Kirsten Kapsin, Posted in Green Flooring on December 9, 2008
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Low Impact Development

Healthy Indoor Air Quality

Green flooring doesn't just promote a more environmentally friendly world; it's also a step towards healthier living for you and your family. A number of green...(more on Healthy Indoor Air Quality)

By Kirsten Kapsin, Posted in Green Flooring on December 9, 2008
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Healthy Indoor Air Quality

Recycled Flooring

As the world continues its efforts in living "green," many floor manufacturers are doing their part by producing eco-friendly flooring. Popular choices in green...(more on Recycled Flooring)

By FAF Staff Writer, Posted in Green Flooring on December 3, 2008
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Recycled Flooring

Green Flooring Myths

Many people buck the environmental trend of green flooring, thinking that it's too expensive and/or requires more work and upkeep than other flooring types. Green...(more on Green Flooring Myths)

By Kirsten Kapsin, Posted in Green Flooring on December 3, 2008
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Green Flooring Myths

What is an Ecological Footprint?

An ecological footprint compares the environmental capacity of the Earth to present human needs in terms of consumption, waste and technology. The ecological...(more on What is an Ecological Footprint?)

By Kirsten Kapsin, Posted in Green Flooring on December 3, 2008
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What is an Ecological Footprint?
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