Recycling old ceilings and diverting waste from landfill can be a challenge for many projects.
Not only are Armstrong ceiling panels produced from recycled material, they are fully recyclable. Armstrong’s “Ceiling-2-Ceiling” Recycling Programme is now available for Australian customers*.
Armstrong ceiling panels and select other mineral fibre ceiling products* may be “taken back” (Reclaimed) at the end of their useful lifecycle, “recycled” at an Armstrong plant, thus “reducing” solid waste in landfills, preserving natural resources, energy and water.
Armstrong’s “Ceiling To Ceiling” Recycling Program is a simple alternative for building owners, who in the past had no alternative but to ship old ceiling panels to landfill, which is environmentally undesirable and also becoming more expensive.
Recycling ceiling panels contributes to Green Star credits. See the Armstrong Ceiling Solutions Contribution Table and Guide for details (download under Resources).
How to recycle with Armstrong Ceilings
Making ceiling recycling easier than ever.
- Register your ceiling recycling project with your Armstrong Ceilings Representative or Contact our Head Office Customer Services Centre at (02) 9748 1588 or
- Contact us by e-Mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
for Terms & Conditions and more information about our Armstrong ceiling recycling programmes.
CRADLE TO CRADLE® DESIGN
Armstrong Ceiling Solutions has become the first ceiling tile manufacturer to achieve Cradle to Cradle certification™.
Cradle to Cradle® reframes design as a positive, regenerative force. Our certification helps customers purchase and specify products that are designed for recycling using manufacturing processes which minimise water consumption, adopt renewable energy strategies and acknowledge social responsibility.
Cradle to Cradle certified products are recognised in LEED® and WELL Building Standard credits.
Products C2C certificated
Select Armstrong Ceiling tiles and panels with high recycled content.
Specifying high recycled content ceiling tiles and panels contribute to GREEN STAR, WELL, LEED® and BREEAM credits.