Board of Directors of Saint-Gobain unanimously recommends renewal of term at Annual General Meeting on June 3.
Trading for the Group was sluggish throughout 2009, but relative improvement over the second half of the year compared with the first half.
CertainTeed HVAC Insulation Plant Reaches Environmental Milestone, Diverting More Than 24 Million Pounds of Waste From Landfills
ToughGard® 2 Textile Duct Liner contains 75 percent recycled content — the highest of any textile duct liner in the market.
Solar Roofing and Sustainable Insulation from CertainTeed Raise the Green-Building Stakes at the 2010 International Builders Show
Showcases EnerGen™, a photovoltaic roofing panel for residential applications, and Sustainable Insulation™, a new fiberglass insulation product meeting the strictest California Indoor Air Quality Requirements that incorporates recycled materials, a bio-based organic binder, and a low impact manufacturing process.
Large, colorful banners festoon Saint-Gobain's Greendale campus in Worcester, Mass.; special employee celebration planned for June.
Pledges to reduce its total greenhouse gas emissions by 16 percent per ton of formed and finished glass by 2012.
Signs voluntary pledge to reduce its industrial energy intensity by 25 percent over the next decade.
Second feature animation targeted for elementary school-aged children illustrates the importance of recycling glass containers, starring Captain Cullet and the Little Gob O'Glass.
Brings 50 new green jobs to region.
Team to speak to Saint-Gobain employees about their Olympic experience and the importance of the United Way.
Pledges to reduce its corporate-wide greenhouse gas emissions; working with EPA to develop comprehensive climate change strategy.
Affordable, lightweight, flame-resistant suit is now certified globally.
Ceremony attended by Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick, company executives from around the world, university representatives as well as state and local community leaders.
Amid a sharp slowdown in markets, acceleration and extension fo action plans unveiled at the beginning of the year.
As part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA), homeowners can receive up to $1,500 in tax credits for investments in insulation, roofing and windows.