International Living Future Institute Honors Armstrong Ceiling & Wall Solutions with Manufacturer Visionary Award

February 12, 2020

The International Living Future Institute (ILFI) recently honored Armstrong Ceiling & Wall Solutions with its 2019 Manufacturer Visionary Award.

The award, which was presented at the Living Product Expo 2019 in Nashville, recognizes Armstrong’s industry leadership and its commitment to transparency and healthy materials. 

As an early adopter of the Living Product Challenge, Armstrong Ceiling & Wall Solutions was the first acoustical ceiling manufacturer to achieve Living Product Challenge Imperative Certification for its Tectum® line of wood-fiber ceiling and wall panels.

“We have been consistently impressed with the commitment Armstrong has made to ingredient and embodied carbon transparency, the Living Product Challenge, and ILFI’s mission to create a future that is socially just, culturally rich, and ecologically restorative,” says James Connelly, Vice President Products & Strategic Growth at ILFI.

Anita Snader, Environmental Sustainability Manager, Armstrong World Industries, accepted the award on behalf of Armstrong. “We appreciate ILFI’s recognition of our commitment to transparency and to creating better spaces with the products in our Sustain® portfolio,” says Snader. “Our collaboration with ILFI to reach our common goals has been valuable to all of our stakeholders.”

For information about ILFI and the Living Product Challenge, visit International Living Future Institute. For information about the Tectum Living Product and other healthy products in the Armstrong® Sustain portfolio, visit Sustain Ceiling Systems

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