Cork, as we know it, is bark scraped from the Cork Oak Tree. The tree regenerates its bark every nine years and is not harmed by its removal.
Most of the cork that is used in flooring is waste from the wine corking industry, meaning the material is essentially recycled.
Cork [kawrk ] (n.)
1. An eclectic collection offering ten visual options in differing shades and patterns 2. Available in floating floors and planks featuring the latest technological advancements to optimize installation performance. 3. Specialized cell structure makes cork soft and resilient underfoot, while dampening sound and providing insulation.