Dunlop Flooring is committed to playing our part in reducing landfill and our overall impact on the environment. We recycle carpet underlay, and use recycled content within our underlay products.
Our Dunlop Carpet Underlays are...
Made up of0%Recycled Materials
Environmental Management System
Dunlop Carpet Underlay's Environmental Management System has been assessed and registered as complying with the requirements of ISO 14001:2015.
Dunlop Carpet Underlay meets the requirements set by the Green Building Council of Australia’s Green Star Program, achieving maximum rating points for building interiors.
Your home is a place of comfort. Dunlop Underlay recognises that this comfort also extends to factors that you can’t necessarily see, such as the air quality of your home. As such, Dunlop Carpet Underlay is Green Label accredited by the Carpet and Rug Institute in the USA, ensuring that it meets strict criteria on VOC emissions for superior indoor air quality for your entire family.
Dunlop Underlay is committed to reducing our impact on the environment by helping to reduce landfill. Dunlop Underlay is manufactured from 90% recycled materials and is 100% recyclable. In addition, we run our own recycling program, Recycle by Dunlop, encouraging retailers to return their used underlay to us.
Participating retailers collect old or discarded foam underlay, together with off-cuts and trims sent back to them, and deliver all of this to Dunlop Flooring. Here it is cleaned, sorted, and ultimately recycled into new reusable underlay. This brand new recycled Dunlop Underlay is then passed on to the retailer, who in turn provides you the benefit of quality Australian made underlay for your home.
Ektimo was engaged by Dunlop Flooring to determine emissions to air from DP3 and the Boiler Stack at the Wetherill Park plant of Dunlop Flooring. Results from this stack emission monitoring program indicate that Dunlop Flooring was compliant with requirements of Licence 12721 during the sampling period. Our detected values were below the licence limit set by the NSW EPA at <0.0003. We also achieved a fine particulates isokinetic result of <2 concentration per mg/m³ and a total VOCs outcome of 0.15 concentration per mg/m³ for DP3. The boiler stack attained a fine particulates isokinetic result of <4 concentration per mg/m³ and a total VOCs outcome of <0.02 concentration per mg/m³.