​​Recycling Programmes


The Armstrong Recycling Programme has diverted over 15 million square metres globally of used ceiling tiles from landfills since its launch in 1999.

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We offer a full acoustical ceiling tile recycling service during demolition, construction and renovation stages of your project.     

  • No minimum quantities of ceilings - we can match our service to your needs.
  • End-of-Life and Off-Cut recycling programmes for new build and renovation projects.
  • We recycle ALL mineral fibre ceiling tiles manufactured after the 1st of January 2000 - making ceiling recycling easier than ever.
  • Now in partnership with national distributors to support your local recycling needs - easy access to local help and advice.


How to recycle with Armstrong:

  • Download the Armstrong End-of-Life and Off-Cut Recycling Brochure.
  • Contact us for Terms & Conditions and more information about our Armstrong ceiling recycling programmes.


Benefits of Recycling with Armstrong

  • No landfill fees or skip costs. We'll pick up your old ceiling tiles.
  • No minimum quantities. We will support you in diverting your waste from landfill.
  • End-of-Life and Off-Cut recycling programmes for new build and renovation projects
  • Recycling ceilings contributes to LEED®, BREEAM, HQE, DGNB and Ska credits by including ceiling recycling in your construction waste plan. Learn more

Questions about our recycling programme?

Our product experts are here to help!

Phone: + 7 (495) 258 5100


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Cradle to Cradle Design

Armstrong Ceiling Solutions has become the first ceiling tile manufacturer in Europe to achieve Cradle to Cradle certification™. Learn More ...

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.

Part of a new generation of sustainable and acoustic ceilings have been Cradle to Cradle Certified™ :


Several of our suspension systems products have also been Cradle to Cradle Certified™ :