Saint-Gobain Glass now a member of the DGNB

Since 1st March 2013, Saint-Gobain Glass Deutschland (SGGD) has been the first flat glass manufacturer to become a member of the DGNB (German Sustainable Building Council).

The company is thus strengthening its engagement in the area of sustainability.   

The construction industry is undisputedly one of the key sectors of the global economy. And it equally undisputedly leaves an ecological footprint which cannot be overlooked. Therefore, Saint-Gobain Glass also understands its worldwide innovation leadership as a chance and an obligation to contribute to the improvement in environmentally-compatible and resource-saving production processes and products.

600450 Saint-Gobain Glass now a member of the DGNB glassonweb.com
Date: 24 July 2013
Source: www.saint-gobain.de

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