National Security Agency Named Ceiling Recycler of the Year

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Armstrong World Industries, Lancaster, Pa., has named the National Security Agency, Ft. Meade, Md., its 2009 Ceiling Recycler of the Year. During the past 14 months, the government agency has recycled more than 400,000 square feet of discarded ceiling tiles rather than sending them to a landfill.

The Armstrong award recognizes companies and organizations that make significant environmental contributions through their recycling initiatives. NSA began recycling old ceiling tiles in September 2008 as part of the Armstrong Ceiling Recycling Program. The program enables building owners to ship old ceilings from renovation projects to an Armstrong ceiling plant. For more information about the Armstrong Ceiling Recycling Program, visit .

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