Armstrong Ceilings continues to break the mould for recycling building materials at the Farnborough International Airshow.
The UK manufacturer has again exceeded the amount of ceiling tiles it recycles at the bi-annual show it has supplied for the past four events, this year some 14,769m2 compared to the 13,400m2 it recycled in 2014 - the first time the company employed its Off-Cut scheme as well as its End-Of-Life scheme.
Not only that, the amount of mineral ceilings recycled from the potential from more than 200 temporary corporate hospitality and business chalets and exhibition halls on site rose from 61% in 2014 to 79.8% this year, winning praise from the show's head of operational development and Health and Safety.
Jonathan Smith said: "I am extremely pleased with the outcomes this year working with Armstrong. There has been a significant year-on-year improvement over the last few shows since we began working together."
The ceiling tiles recycled from this year's Farnborough airshow help to bring the total amount of recycling by Armstrong since 2009 to more than 500,000m2.