Lancaster, Pennsylvania (September 29, 2017) – Armstrong Flooring is proud to announce that it has achieved FloorScore® certification for the company’s solid hardwood products including the Armstrong®, Bruce® and Capella® brands. All Armstrong wood manufacturing facilities including Beverly, WV, Warren, AR and West Plains, MO are now FloorScore certified.
FloorScore is a certification program that helps specifiers and end users easily identify manufacturers and products that adhere to the strictest standards for indoor environmental practices and production. Armstrong has a long history of recycling and environmental stewardship – from re-using cork waste for linoleum floors in the early 1900s to using waste wood dust as a source of renewable energy for our manufacturing facilities. “Achieving FloorScore certification for our solid wood products further demonstrates the Armstrong Flooring commitment to provide safe, high-quality products to our customers,” said Amy Costello, Sustainability Manager, Armstrong Flooring. “As the leading manufacturer of flooring in North America, Armstrong Flooring is committed to sustaining natural resources and reducing our environmental impact. A supporting certification program such as FloorScore help advance Armstrong’s corporate to the environment and responsible product manufacturing.” “When considering flooring products for a healthy home or work environment,” said Libby Wood, SCS Client Marketing Manager, “FloorScore certified products should be selected to ensure that products will not emit harmful chemicals”.
Over 95% of all Armstrong Flooring products by volume are FloorScore certified including Engineered Wood, Laminate, Luxury Vinyl Flooring, Linoleum, Vinyl Tile and Vinyl Sheet Flooring. Armstrong Flooring, Inc. is the largest North American producer of resilient and wood flooring products for use primarily in the construction and renovation of residential, commercial and institutional buildings. The company designs, manufactures and sells its diverse range of products throughout North America and the Pacific Rim
Published September 29, 2017