Eco friendly kitchen flooring

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I’m looking for something (preferably in sheet form) to lay over existing ceramic floor tiles which won’t break the bank but also - more importantly - doesn’t contain formaldehyde, pthalates, lead, plastics, fire retardants or other VOCs. And which is recyclable at the end of its life. I’ve looked at marmoleum but it only comes in 2m sheets so would need welding together and results seem a bit mixed. Linoleum sheets seem hard to come by here in the UK so I’ve just started looking at cork. Any other suggestions please? This feels a lot more difficult than it should be!

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