Introduced in the 1850s, linoleum is composed of linseed oil, wood flour or cork dust and resins over canvas. It was resilient and pretty environmentally friendly when it first came to market — and it’s just as green today. All of these materials are abundant and renewable. Linoleum is resilient and durable and can be recycled.

Green Benefits of Linoleum:

  • Made from all natural materials
  • Materials are renewable and abundant
  • Recyclable
  • Fully biodegradable
  • No VOC emissions
  • Can be installed and maintained with 100% solvent free adhesives and cleaners