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Cocoa Marmoleum is marmoleum with added cacao husks, a waste material of the chocolate industry, which give the flooring its structure. The flooring consists of 97 per cent renewable raw materials, and consists of 43 per cent of recycled materials.
Marmoleum is a sustainable flooring, made from renewable materials such as linseed oil, wood, and jute. It does not contain phthalates, plasticisers, or mineral oils. Marmoleum is a variant of linoleum, with marmer-like texture.
Marmoleum meets the demands of eco-quality lables such as Nordic Swan and Blue Angel.