Armstrong Flooring earns Top Product of the Year Award

Home Categories Armstrong Flooring earns Top Product of the Year Award

Lancaster, Pa.—Armstrong Flooring’s bio-flooring Migrations and Striations BBT with Diamond 10 Technology won a Top Product of the Year Award from the Environment + Energy Leader Awards program.

Migrations and Striations BBT with Diamond 10 Technology deliver a sustainable, PVC-free flooring solution combining biophilic design, reduced maintenance and long-term performance. The award recognizes Armstrong Flooring for its efforts to redesign its BBT using lifecycle assessment to further reduce the global warming potential (GWP) associated with the product during its use or maintenance phase. The program’s expert judges said Armstrong Flooring’s BBT with Diamond 10 Technology was a top example of the exemplary work being done today in the fields of energy and environmental management.

“Our BBT product has the lowest carbon footprint of any flooring product in our portfolio,” said Amy Costello, sustainability manager for Armstrong Flooring. “It’s exciting that our team’s efforts to understand, redesign and further reduce the global warming impacts of BBT are being recognized.”

The Environment + Energy Leader Awards is a program recognizing excellence in products and services that provide companies with energy and environmental benefits, and in projects implemented by companies that improved environmental or energy management and increased the bottom line.

Armstrong Flooring was formally recognized as a Top Product of the Year winner during the virtual 2020 Environment + Energy Leader Awards Summit on June 21, 2020.

Must Read

Suburban shift for home construction continues into Q3

Washington, D.C.—A trend of higher demand for housing in lower-density areas reported in the second quarter NAHB Home Building Geography Index (HBGI) has persisted...

How to unleash your sales talent

(First of two parts) By Jim Augustus Armstrong “If 10 people walk into your store, how many buy?” “If I’m personally doing the sale, it’s probably six or...

10 strategies to build business during the holidays

By Lisbeth Calandrino I was speaking with my next door neighbor recently about what she was serving for Thanksgiving. She told me she had enough...

Innovations emerge in waterproof protection

By Reginald Tucker As the waterproof category continues to rapidly expand, suppliers are employing various methods and technologies to differentiate themselves from the pack. Following...

Carpet: Suppliers up the ante on color, performance

By Ken Ryan No longer content with beiges and grays, consumers today are demanding more color choices in their carpet. Mills are fulfilling that desire...

Ceramic: State of the Industry

Category bends, but doesn't break, under pressure By Megan Salzano Facing an unprecedented year of tumult, ceramic tile has continued its downward trend in 2020 following...
X