News Release

INEOS Styrolution delivers bio-attributed materials for nora by Interface rubber flooring



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  • Styroflex® ECO is based on bio-attributed styrenics

INEOS Styrolution, the global leader in styrenics, announces today that nora by Interface, the commercial rubber flooring brand of Interface, has selected Styroflex® ECO 2G66 B60 to support the company’s efforts to lower the carbon footprint of its products as it endeavors to become a carbon negative enterprise by 2040.

Marcela Villegas, Director Product Management Specialties EMEA at INEOS Styrolution, comments: “We are proud to work with nora systems. Our two companies share the same entrepreneurial spirit and the same passion for sustainable solutions.”

Styroflex ECO is the recently introduced[1] extension to the Styroflex product line with materials based on bio-attributed styrenics. Styroflex ECO 2G66 B60 is a RSB[2] compliant product leading to a 100% substitution of fossil-sourced styrene with an RSB-certified bio-attributed styrene, and 74% lower greenhouse gas footprint when compared to styrene produced from fossil feedstock.

Styroflex® is INEOS Styrolution’s brand for SBC[3] copolymers offering properties of a thermoplastic elastomer (S-TPE), suitable for extrusion and injection molding.

More information on INEOS Styrolution’s ECO range is available at

For RSB (Roundtable on Sustainable Biomaterials) see
styrene-butadiene copolymers