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Saint-Gobain Distribution Bâtiment France has just invested in Solution Recyclage Bâtiment (SRB), which offers an innovative building waste sorting and collection service to construction sites.
These new business models are today the ideal terrain to detect tomorrow's trends and stay in the race for innovation. At Saint-Gobain, NOVA is the team in charge of partnerships with start-ups and incubators.
For the first time, and despite the unstable local context, Saint-Gobain PAM pipes will be transporting drinking water in this East African country.
Isonat, a French expert in wood fiber insulation, will double its production capacity of bio-sourced insulation by 2023. This investment will enable it to meet growing demand, create jobs and further entrench its presence in the local economy.
In Vevey (Switzerland), Nestlé is renovating its head office to make it a benchmark in energy efficiency. Saint-Gobain is playing its part, with SageGlass electrochromic glass.
Maud Thuaudet is Vice-President Strategy for the Saint-Gobain Group. Thierry Fournier is Senior Vice-President Saint-Gobain and CEO, Latin America Region. Together, they talk about Saint-Gobain’s purpose, its implications for the Group’s growth strategy and for a more sustainable future.
The construction sector is crucial to building a more sustainable world, but it must be sustainable itself. Saint-Gobain’s purpose is to help drive change across the industry. Guillaume Texier, Senior Vice-President, CEO Southern Europe, Middle East and Africa Region, and Mike Chaldecott, CEO Saint-Gobain UK & Ireland, discuss the connection between the construction sector and how to make the world a better home.
Saint-Gobain in Hungary has launched weberNEON, a new colorful range of renders that glow in the dark. This innovation, based on the principle of luminescence, allows unprecedented customization of buildings.
In Finland, the Saint-Gobain teams are assessing the environmental impact of certain products. A crucial step towards reducing the carbon footprint of our buildings.