August 4, 2021
Do No Harm, Do Good, Do Better
Formica Corporation is a sponsor of the 2021 Metropolis Perspective: Sustainability Symposium
Like many brands, Formica Corporation is finding that an ambitious sustainability agenda isn’t only the right thing to do, it’s the savvy thing to do from a business standpoint. In a recent survey, they found that an overwhelming 98 percent of interior designers said their clients are placing a greater importance on environmentally friendly materials. As consumers and specifiers seek surfaces that are better for the planet, Formica Corporation is adapting and laying out a clear and aggressive plan to meet the challenges of climate change.
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