Saint-gobain joins the UK Green Building Council 02/04/2008

Date: 7 April 2008
Source: Saint-Gobain
Saint-Gobain – the world’s largest construction materials group - has joined the UK Green Building Council (UK GBC), reinforcing the company’s continued commitment to providing innovative and sustainable solutions to the challenges facing societyon April 2, 2008 in terms of energy, housing and the environment.

Making buildings more energy efficient while improving comfort and quality of life is at the heart of Saint-Gobain’s strategy and its partnership with the UK GBC will enable the company to join forces with other leading businesses to share knowledge and encourage best practice across the industry.

Roland Lazard, general delegate for Saint-Gobain UK, Ireland & South Africa, comments: “Since its launch last year, the UK GBC has had a significant impact on the industry, helping to create a unified voice and bring sustainability issues to the top of the agenda. We are proud to be part of such an influential organisation and look forward to working with members to turn our vision of a sustainable future into a reality.”

Paul King, UK GBC chief executive, said: “The input of forward-thinking companies is invaluable when it comes to tackling the problem of climate change. We are delighted to welcome Saint-Gobain on board to help us in our campaign for a sustainable built environment.”

For further details on Saint-Gobain please visit the website at For more information about the UK GBC please call 01923 664 238 or visit

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