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Find out how the Saint-Gobain Group is responding to the challenges of climate change and the depletion of resources, while contributing to the health and well-being of occupants. From acoustic insulation to modular construction, from recycling demolition waste to reducing carbon emissions, take a look at what we are doing today for tomorrow!
Read the latest story of Pierre-André de Chalendar, Chairman & CEO of Saint-Gobain, about the sanitary crisis’s impact on the environmental issues, but also on the importance of a healthy and comfortable habitat.
For its new headquarters in Berlin (Germany), German press group Axel Springer decided to build a building renowned for its unique architecture and exemplary environmental properties. And it's partly down to ISOVER.
The French brand, POINT.P, has put together a range of bio-sourced insulation materials. Presented in a separate catalogue, this range has been developed in response to new expectations expressed by trades professionals and individuals.
The weber.therm circle external thermal insulation composite system has been awarded Germany’s Blue Angel certification. This ecolabel is important for sustainable construction.
In Norway, the Optimera brand together with construction, recycling and research companies are working on a new set of standards for building sites. The aim is to achieve zero waste.
For years, Saint-Gobain has been taking measures in favor of the environment. This commitment is materialized on every sites where Saint-Gobain is established and operates at all levels: recovery waste, reduction of water discharges, etc. Discover some of our key facts.
The ISOVER plant in Lucens has reached a new milestone in its progress towards environmental protection. It now uses CO2-neutral gas for its industrial process heating.
Saint-Gobain has signed a 12-year electricity agreement to help cut its CO2 emissions in the United States and support the construction of the Blooming Grove Wind Farm in Illinois.