Armstrong Ceilings Now Offers over 1,025 Products That Meet the Most Stringent Sustainability Standards

November 20, 2018

 Armstrong Ceiling Solutions has added its popular Dune™ and Mesa™ lines of acoustical ceiling panels to its portfolio of Sustain® Ceiling Systems. The new additions bring to 1,025 the number of Armstrong high-performance ceiling and suspension system products that meet the industry’s most stringent sustainability compliance standards.

By offering the broadest collection of sustainable ceiling solutions in the industry, Armstrong makes it simple for architects and designers to find and specify ceiling products that have the environmental characteristics and documentation needed to comply with leading green building rating systems, including LEED® v4, the Living Building Challenge℠, and the WELL Building Standard™. All products with the Sustain icon can be found in Mindful MATERIALS, a platform for architects and designers to source building products and their transparency documentation.

“Finding products to meet these standards can be challenging and time consuming,” says Anita Snader, environmental sustainability manager, Armstrong World Industries. “The Sustain icon makes it easy to find products that are both free of chemicals of concern and have all the transparency documentation.”

Meet Transparency Requirements

To meet transparency requirements, all ceiling products in the Sustain portfolio have Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs) and Health Product Declarations (HPDs). Sustain ceiling products also comply with the performance standards of the Living Building Challenge certification program and the low emissions standards of the California Department of Public Health. All products in the Sustain portfolio also feature a Declare℠ label. 

For additional information about Armstrong Sustain Ceiling Systems, visit, chat live, or call a U.S.-based TechLine expert at 1-800-276-7876.

About Armstrong World Industries
Armstrong World Industries, Inc. (AWI) is a global leader in the design, innovation and manufacture of commercial and residential ceiling, wall, and suspension system solutions. For more information, visit





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