Ceilume recently released reproduction metal ceiling tiles made of 98 percent post-manufacturing recycled content. The leftover material comes from manufacturing scrap that’s fed through specialized granulators, resulting in confetti-like bits of plastic, a process that produces zero waste. This granulated material is then melted down and rolled into a sheet, and an ultrathin decorative laminate is applied. The recycled ceiling tiles are lightweight, acoustical and thermoformed, so they’re protected from water damage and can be installed before the humidity of a new building has stabilized.
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