Forbes: Standard Industries’ GAF Debuts Recycled Shingles
“Each year, some 12 million tons of asphalt shingles, which represent the primary type of roofing in the United States, end up in landfills. Standard Industries’ GAF, whose roofs are on roughly one in four American homes, has a plan for keeping them out: A new version of its asphalt shingles that contain 15% recycled materials. It’s spent a good part of the past decade developing the process for making the new shingles, and allocated $100 million toward their research and scale-up.”
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