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Recent Press

Athyron LLC Launches Miura Board™ “The Most Durable 100% Recycled Alternative to Wood and Plastic”

by Chief Solutionist - Nov 25, 2018

Kountze, TX, November 13, 2018 –(PR.com)– Athyron LLC is proud to announce the launch of Miura Board™: the most durable... View Article

Happy Earth Day from Texas Carpet Recycling – Free Sample Pick Up and Residential Drop Off This Week

by Chief Solutionist - Apr 22, 2015

Proposed at a UNESCO conference in 1969 by peace activist John McConnell, Earth Day is a celebration of our planet... View Article

Texas Recycling Data Initiative Results are In!

by Chief Solutionist - Feb 27, 2015

The article below was created by STAR (State of Texas Alliance for Recycling) About TRDI The Texas Recycling Data Initiative... View Article

success stories

Thomas Holland

In 2007, Thomas Holland decided his commercial carpet removal and installation firm would no longer take rugs to the landfill. But he was unable to find a recycler in North Texas to do the job. So the owner of Corporate Floors Inc. started a recycling business of his own. Now both of his companies are booming.


Structure Tone

Fossil and StructureTone Choose TCR

Fossil Inc and StructureTone, working with Precision Demolition will be recycing over 50,000 yards of carpet during their new headquarters remodel with Texas Carpet Recycling. This is the equivilent of keeping over 35 dumpster loads of carpet from landfill. TCR will also be planting 200 trees as part of our ongoing corporate practice of planting one tree for every ton of carpet recycled.


Chubb Insurance and Tandus Stay Green!

TCR recycles two floor of Chubb Insurance’s downtown Dallas office space in partnership with Tandus. During the recent rennovation of their space, Chubb Insurance wanted to insure the carpet was recycled so they asked Tandus and Corporate Floors to make it happen. Over 4,000 yards of carpet we diverted from landfill.


TAID Earnes CEU’s

Thomas Holland presented a CEU course for TAID on Friday April 1 at the World Trade Center. Over 20 designers earned IDEC CEU’s while learning about Innovations in Carpet Recycling. This course helps bring attendees up to speed with the technology and issues surrounding the carpet recycling industry.