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  • In the spotlight: Regupol celebrates completion of The Kidstore in Victoria

    12 Aug 2013 9:03 am

    GECA licensee Regupol has recently completed the flooring within a number of exciting retail projects, in particular, The Kidstores in Victoria. Both everroll Star Berlin and everroll Endurance Berlin in 4mm thickness were installed at the Fountain Gate, Chadstone and Northland stores. The Kidstore wanted an easy-to-clean flooring alternative that could be customised with colour to suit their company’s corporate design.

    The everroll range is a collection of rubber flooring colour combinations that use high recycled rubber content and selected post consumer EPDM rubber. Regupol’s rubber is supplied by industrial facilities that originally obtain tyres from landfills all over the country. In the last 40 years alone, the volume of processed shredded post consumer tyre waste used in the Regupol branded products has exceeded two million cubic tonnes. Regupol is passionate about the inherent built integrity of its products having been up-cycled from post consumer and pre consumer waste products.

    “The entire everroll range of rubber flooring is certified under the Good Environmental Choice Australia (GECA) Floor Covering Standard,” says Amy Ghassibe of Regupol. “It achieves a Level A 100 per cent item score in the GBCA Fitout Calculators Guide v1 for Flooring.

    “We chose to become GECA certified because we feel that it is important to communicate to consumers that we take environmental responsibility seriously and GECA helps us do this.

    “As well as its sustainable properties, everroll offers architects and designers other benefits including durability, sound absorption, slip resistance, modular designs, aesthetic appeal and comfort,” says Amy.

    Regupol’s everroll rubber flooring is suitable for use in retail fit outs, storerooms and walkway areas and is available in 4mm thickness as well as a selected range of 8mm thick combinations for high impact areas.

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