We've known for a while that the steel we use in our furniture is mostly recycled since the mills that produce it use recycled scrap as their main feedstock. But we weren't sure to what extent until now. Turns out it's big. How big? Well, the flat bar we use for our line of powder-coated steel chairs and benches and for the legs on our Sheep end tables and credenzas is made from 97% recycled content, 85% of which is post-consumer. The sheet steel in our Armadillo tables and Turtle table bases? 70%. And of course the furniture is built to last, longer than you and longer than us. And if it ever gets crushed under a bus? It can always be recycled again. For the LEED-geeks among you, here's the link to the stats.