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PVC-free wallcoverings

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A new line of thermoplastic olefin (TPO) wallcoverings from the Carnegie creative studio offers long-term performance and ease of cleaning without the health and environmental concerns of PVC’s chlorine chemistry. Composed of 90 percent TPO and 10 percent post-consumer recycled glass, the collection matches or exceeds the durability and cleanability of Type II vinyl, and offers environmental advantages such as low energy use during manufacture, extremely low VOCs, and no chlorine, formaldehyde, heavy metals or ozone-depleting chemicals. The Crosshatch pattern, shown above, combines refined imprints of woven chiffon with a subtle overlay of colors.

SOURCE Carnegie Fabrics, New York, N.Y., U.S.A.
800 727 6770

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