In line with its commitment to creating flooring that is good for people and the planet, Tarkett has launched Safetred Serenity – a stylish sustainable slip resistant safety floor that brings together impeccable sustainability credentials and designer good looks…
The contemporary palette of Safetred Serenity by Tarkett offers a myriad of design applications, blending seamlessly across any hospitality, leisure, workplace, education, health and aged care environment. Described as a true British collection, it is manufactured and fully recyclable in the UK to minimise transportation at all stages of its life.
This hardworking floor doesn’t compromise when it comes to style, offering a collection of exclusive neutral hues, inspired by the beauty of the UK and Irish natural landscapes and environments. Each of the 12 harmonising and relaxing shades were designed to evoke feelings of tranquillity. From palettes that pay homage to warm, sandy beaches and cool blue ocean waves, to stone-inspired tones reminiscent of misty mountains and white cliffs. Each design aims to embrace nature’s organic beauty.
A practical, multifunctional safety floor solution, the collection is suitable for both barefoot and hard-sole shoes. This combined with its calming serene palette and DSDC accreditation lends itself perfectly for dementia-inclusive and neurodiverse settings. Simple and adhesive-free installation means it works well in all design schemes, whilst reducing environmental impact and saving on installation time.
“The Safetred brand was originally created by pioneering British company, Marley Flooring in the 1970’s, and joined the Tarkett family nearly twenty years ago,” explained Shaz Hawkins, Tarkett. “Safetred Serenity is a new practical, multifunctional, and hard-wearing safety floor with impeccable eco-credentials, that blends seamlessly into any space, no matter the style. I’m really proud of what we have developed and the flexibility this flooring solution offers – a myriad of opportunities for creative exploration that supports neurodiverse design, all the while protecting people and the planet.”
Safetred Serenity is manufactured from almost 50 per cent recycled content, using 100 per cent recycled and re-circulated industrial water as part of a closed-loop water system. The collection is free from phthalates and biocides to protect people’s health and well-being while in use. Once it’s served its purpose, it can be recycled in Tarkett’s in-house recycling centre located in Kent, to preserve the planet’s natural resources.
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