Saint-Gobain to reduce Scope 1 CO2 emissions by 15%

Saint-Gobain has finalized the installation of a heat exchanger system on the industrial drywall board dryer at its gypsum facility near Vancouver, British Columbia. This advancement is anticipated to lower the plant’s Scope 1 carbon dioxide emissions by approximately 15%, representing a significant investment aimed at enhancing efficiency, output, and recycling efforts. It underscores the company’s commitment to providing customers with the most sustainable local products while aligning with its broader environmental sustainability objectives.

This achievement coincides with Saint-Gobain’s ongoing implementation of its Grow and Impact strategy, which prioritizes ambitious environmental sustainability targets. These goals include reducing the company’s energy consumption and striving for carbon neutrality by 2050.

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