See below how Glass Facade by Saint-Gobain can contribute to BREEAM criteria: Recycled Aggregates.
To recognize and encourage the use of recycled and secondary aggregates, thereby reducing the demand for virgin material and optimizing material efficiency in construction.
Percentage levels of recycled or secondary aggregate specified against set targets. This percentage can be measured using either weight or volume.
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As recycled glass is considered to be a secondary aggregate, cullet plays an important role in reducing Saint-Gobain’s demand for virgin material.
On average, 30% of the total weight of a glass sheet made by Saint-Gobain comes from internal cullet (broken glass from glass manufacturing that is reintroduced into the original process) and pre-consumer cullet (glass cut-offs purchased from glass processors before use of the final product). This is a direct result of our commitment to sustainable building.