Saint-Gobain North America, through its building products subsidiary business unit CertainTeed Gypsum, in collaboration with three New York partner companies, has launched a circular economy initiative. The company has begun reclaiming waste gypsum wallboard at its Buchanan, New York facility and reusing the waste as feedstock for new product.
Saint-Gobain Pilots Gypsum Wallboard Circular Economy Program in New York, Opens Door for Post-Consumer Recycling Efforts at the Buchanan Gypsum Plant
Public Voting Begins Today on Social Media to Award $250,000 to Public Schools from Saint-Gobain’s Sustaining Futures, Raising Communities Program
Saint-Gobain North America today announced 30 finalists of its Sustaining Futures, Raising Communities charitable giveaway contest, with a chance for schools to win donations totaling $250,000 in building materials solutions and program materials to transform educational spaces in Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, and Georgia after a public vote on the company’s social media channels and the program’s website.
Saint-Gobain has now obtained approvals from all relevant competition authorities for its acquisition of GCP Applied Technologies Inc., a major global player in construction chemicals, announced on December 6, 2021. The acquisition will close on September 27, 2022. GCP will delist from the New York Stock Exchange.
Saint-Gobain Installs Smart Water Meters and Upgrades Equipment at its Social Circle, Georgia Siding Plant, Saving More than 2 Million Gallons of Water per Year
Saint-Gobain, through its building products subsidiary CertainTeed LLC, has installed a smart water meter system and upgraded equipment at its siding plant in Social Circle, Georgia, reducing the site’s consumption of water by more than two million gallons per year.
Julie Bonamy Racine Named Chief Executive Officer of CertainTeed Canada, Becoming its First Female Leader
Saint-Gobain has named Julie Bonamy Racine as the Chief Executive Officer of CertainTeed Canada Inc., its Canadian building products subsidiary. Bonamy is CertainTeed Canada’s first female chief executive and succeeds Richard Juggery, who led the company for four years before being named CEO of Saint-Gobain Benelux in July.Saint-Gobain has named Julie Bonamy Racine as the Chief Executive Officer of CertainTeed Canada Inc., its Canadian building products subsidiary. Bonamy is CertainTeed Canada’s first female chief executive and succeeds Richard Juggery, who led the company for four years before being named CEO of Saint-Gobain Benelux in July.
Julie Bonamy Racine est nommée directrice générale de CertainTeed Canada, devenant ainsi la première femme à occuper ce poste
Saint-Gobain annonce la nomination de Julie Bonamy Racine au poste de directrice générale de CertainTeed Canada inc., sa filiale canadienne de produits pour la construction. Mme Bonamy est la première femme directrice générale de CertainTeed Canada et succède à Richard Juggery, qui a dirigé l’entreprise pendant quatre ans avant d’être nommé directeur général de Saint-Gobain Benelux en juillet.
Saint-Gobain to Upgrade Technology at its Palatka, Florida Gypsum Plant, Increasing Recycled Content of Wallboard and Reducing Carbon Emissions
Saint-Gobain, through its building products subsidiary CertainTeed LLC, will install recycling technology at its gypsum plant in Palatka, Florida, increasing the recycled content in its wallboard products manufactured in Palatka by 18,000 tons/year while also reducing the site’s carbon dioxide emissions by 2,260 tons/year.
On July 29, 2022 Saint-Gobain completed the acquisition announced on May 31, 2022 of Kaycan, a manufacturer and distributor of exterior building materials in Canada and in the United States.
Saint-Gobain a finalisé le 29 juillet 2022 l’acquisition annoncée le 31 mai 2022 de Kaycan, entreprise de production et distribution de matériaux de construction d’extérieur au Canada et aux Etats-Unis.
Saint-Gobain Upgrades Key Equipment at Buchanan, New York Gypsum Plant, Saving Nearly 700,000 kWh of Electricity per year
Saint-Gobain North America, through its building products subsidiary CertainTeed LLC, has installed energy-efficient grinding control technology at its gypsum plant in Buchanan, New York, reducing the plant’s energy consumption by nearly 700,000 kWh per year and also reducing the plant’s greenhouse gas emissions.
Saint-Gobain launches a multi-faceted partnership with Habitat for Humanity Canada, pledging financial and product donations and volunteerism nationwide
Saint-Gobain North America and its building products subsidiary CertainTeed Canada Inc. have launched a partnership with Habitat for Humanity Canada to build affordable housing in several communities where the company operates.
Saint-Gobain lance un partenariat a multiples facettes avec Habitat pour l’humanité au Canada, promettant des dons financiers et de produits et du bénévolat à l’échelle nationale
Saint-Gobain North America et sa filiale de produits de construction CertainTeed Canada Inc. ont lancé un partenariat avec Habitat pour l’humanité Canada pour construire des logements abordables dans plusieurs communautés où l’entreprise exerce ses activités.
Saint-Gobain North America Foundation is pleased to announce $170,000 in funding awards to the greater Worcester community through the Worcester Executive Fund and the Worcester Employee Impact Fund.
Saint-Gobain to Invest $91 Million CAD in its Montreal Gypsum Plant, Creating the First Zero-Carbon Manufacturing Site for Wallboard in North America and Increasing Capacity by 40%
Saint-Gobain, through its building products subsidiary CertainTeed Canada Inc., today announced plans to invest $91 Million CAD, including $40 Million CAD in grant money from the government of Quebec, via its EcoPerformance program, to upgrade equipment at its Montreal wallboard manufacturing facility and reduce its carbon emissions by up to 44,000 metric tonnes/year, creating the first zero-carbon drywall plant in North America.
Saint-Gobain investit 91 millions de dollars canadiens dans son usine de gypse de Montréal, créant ainsi le premier site de fabrication de panneaux muraux zéro carbone en Amérique du Nord et augmentant sa capacité de 40 %
Saint-Gobain, par l’intermédiaire de sa filiale de produits de construction CertainTeed Canada Inc., a annoncé aujourd’hui son intention d’investir 91 millions de dollars canadiens, dont 40 millions en aide financière provenant du programme ÉcoPerformance du gouvernement du Québec, pour moderniser les équipements de son usine de fabrication de panneaux muraux située près de Montréal et réduire ses émissions de carbone jusqu’à 44 000 tonnes métriques/an, créant ainsi la première usine de cloisons sèches zéro-carbone en Amérique du Nord.