A sustainable approach is to be proactive for reducing environmental impacts
The target for Hydro is to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions by 30 percent by 2030. This through greener sourcing and greener production and the aim is also to help the customers in reducing their emissions through greener products.
Currently, aluminium is experiencing the fastest-growing demand among metals in the world. The main reasons are its low weight and strength as well as the sustainable benefits. Aluminium can be recycled repeatedly, without loss of quality. This makes the metal as a great selection when it comes to construction material for zero-energy buildings.
Innovation and technology development are the key enablers toward CO2-free processes and we always need to actively push for sustainability when develop and producing new products. It is no longer enough to just build energy-efficiently. We need to work hard to minimize emissions from the construction materials we use, including those that are generated when buildings are demolished.
In response to consumer demand for climate-smart products, Hydro has developed two aluminium products. Hydro CIRCAL which consists of at least 75% recycled materials and Hydro REDUXA, produced with hydropower. Hydro is also experiencing a growing demand for CIRCAL and REDUXA for use in BREEAM-certified construction projects. This according to its low carbon emissions.
“We need to push the boundaries and be in the forefront when it comes to eco-friendly and energy-efficient buildings and thanks to the aluminium alloy Hydro CIRCAL today we can offer building systems in aluminium with one of the lowest CO2 footprints worldwide” Says Johan Strand, Sales Director for SAPA at Hydro Building Systems.
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Sapa Building System offers architects, specifiers, metal fabricators, investors and home-owners worldwide an extensive range of innovative, reliable and
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largest suppliers of aluminium building systems in Europe and is part of the global aluminium company Hydro.