In an effort to reduce concerns about indoor air quality, Johns Manville last year became the first and only manufacturer of fiber glass insulation to discontinue the use of formaldehyde as a binder for its full line of fiber glass insulation. JM Formaldehyde-free® instead features an innovative acrylic binder providing the same high-quality thermal and acoustical performance you've come to expect from Johns Manville, only without the formaldehyde. Because JM no longer uses formaldehyde as a binder, manufacturing plants are exempt from the Environmental Protection Agency's Hazardous Air Pollutant regulations under the Clean Air Act. In addition, since the introduction of JM Formaldehyde-free, more than 100 tons of hazardous pollutants are eliminated from the air each year.
All Johns Manville Formaldehyde-free fiber glass insulation contains an average of at least 25% recycled content and provides overall resource efficiency. Because of its high recycled content, JM Formaldehyde-free reduces landfill impact by 90,000 tons per year.
In addition to its standard unfaced and kraft-faced batts and rolls, the Johns Manville Formaldehyde-free fiber glass line includes an insulation for every installation, including:
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