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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.
Saint-Gobain Building Glass and Velux, the global leader for skylights, are joining forces to mitigate their environmental impact. This partnership earned Saint-Gobain the 2019 Velux trophy for the most active supplier in the area of sustainable development.
New facilities at our Pisa (Italy) flat glass plant recover the heat given off by the furnace and convert it into energy used on site.
The latest Saint-Gobain Multi-Comfort Competition is up and running. Calling on all architecture students looking to engage in a rewarding experience.
Four Saint-Gobain brands are participating in the construction of one of the most environmentally-friendly building in France.
Saint-Gobain Glass France has just signed several contracts to recycle glass from end-of-life windows to save energy and raw materials.