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Do the Right Thing.

Improving our Environmental Impact.

Recognizing the adverse impact the built environment can have on our climate and health, Mannington is committed to conducting business in a responsible, considerate and thoughtful manner.


For many years, we've generated renewable energy from 3.3 acres or 3,900 solar panels on the rooftops of various buildings at our Salem, New Jersey facility. In 2023, the output was about 677,406 kilowatt hours that helped power the site.

In 2022, we undertook two significant workstreams to better understand and begin to address our long-term environmental impact:

Committing to net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 and gathering data to determine our current energy, water and waste intensity.

Taking immediate steps to reduce net global emissions by offsetting at 105% the equivalent “cradle-to-gate” greenhouse gas emissions of our domestically manufactured commercial flooring products.

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We are offsetting 105% of the cradle-to-gate embodied carbon in our new and refreshed products. It’s all part of our commitment to help our customers make a positive impact with their projects. 90% of our products are produced domestically, giving us the greatest opportunity to make a difference in the short-term.

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Browse our range of carbon offset flooring. More products are added with every launch.

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Corporate Responsibility

Mannington’s corporate responsibility strategy aligns with the core values that have guided our business for generations, since our founding in 1915 – Care, Do the Right Thing, Control Our Own Destiny and Work Hard/Play Hard.


Corporate responsibility efforts are led by a director who works with executive leadership and manufacturing teams to create a formal and rigorous environmental, social responsibility and governance framework.

Risk Management

Mannington Mills, Inc. regularly assesses our potential business risks and proactively works across our organization to reduce and/or manage these possible impacts in a wide variety of ways.

Today, our corporate responsibility approach is informed by the 10 principles of the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC), the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) and numerous Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) where we can have the greatest impact.

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Environmental Leadership

We’re proud that our Director of Sustainability, Shane Totten, is one of just 33 people selected to join the 2023 class of the Institute for Georgia Environmental Leadership’s (IGEL) immersive environmental education and leadership development program. IGEL introduces participants to the vast potential that exists in the region to collaboratively help resolve environmental challenges now and in the future. IGEL is a program of The Center for Ethics and Corporate Responsibility at the Robinson College of Business at Georgia State University.

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We recognize that carbon offsets are the initial step in a long and complicated journey. We are offsetting products not just to achieve 100 percent net carbon neutrality but adding an additional five percent to be conservative with our calculations. Additionally, these efforts help our customers make an immediate, positive impact with their projects.

Beginning in early 2023, we are collaborating on a multi-year carbon offset program with the Appalachian Carbon Exchange (ACE). The Tennessee River Gorge Trust created the organization to create high quality, nature-based carbon offset projects in southern Appalachia, connecting offset buyers and keeping climate investments close to our communities.

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