In 1999, Armstrong launched the nation’s first Ceiling Recycling Program. Since then, the program has recycled over 45 million square feet of old ceilings. But its true measure of success is the overwhelming reduction in global warming potential and environmental impact. There’s strength in numbers.

Indoor Environmental Quality | Recycling | Energy | Acoustics


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