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More than 200 universities from 38 countries participated in a project to transform the city of Saint-Denis
This international competition created by Saint-Gobain, will concern the city of Saint-Denis in the Paris region. Based on Saint-Gobain’s Multi-Comfort concept, the competition is enjoying even greater success involving 210 universities and 38 participant countries this year. The winning team will be announced on 11 June during a major live event online.
Discover the future with our new Skyline 2050 web series, a future where Saint-Gobain has achieved Carbon Neutrality! Find the innovations and solutions of the collaborators who made it possible to reach this goal by watching the episodes here.
Thanks to our #RecyclingHeroes (our teams!), we reduce the use of natural resources in our solutions and promote the collection and recycling of waste.
Find out how we develop the #circulareconomy on a daily basis.
How do we reduce our businesses’ environmental impact? This is the question raised by the Abrasives and Composite Systems BU and put to its employees. In response, they came up with 375 ideas some of which have already been put into practice.
Carbon neutrality has been at the heart of our commitments for many years and lives on today through our Net Zero Carbon campaign. This commitment is closely linked to our desire to provide our customers with solutions that help them reduce their environmental impact. Discover the actions we are taking to achieve this goal.
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.
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 Finland, the Saint-Gobain teams are assessing the environmental impact of certain products. A crucial step towards reducing the carbon footprint of our buildings.