See below how Insulation Solutions by ISOVER can contribute to LEED criteria: Construction and demolition waste management
To reduce construction and demolition waste disposed of in landfills and incineration facilities by recovering, reusing, and recycling materials.
The project has to recycle and/or salvage non-hazardous construction and demolition materials, with the following options:
Option 1: diversion of the construction and demolition material (50 or 75%);
Option 2: reduction of total waste material (no more than 12.2kg of waste per m2).
Read the detailed requirement for Construction and Demolition Waste Management
By providing a recycling service in some countries, ISOVER can contribute to reducing insulation waste.
Due to our green building heritage, waste management is a very important topic for ISOVER and we have started to develop recycling schemes in different countries to manage insulation waste. Mineral wool and polystyrene can become new insulation by being properly collected, sorted out and processed, as they are recyclable materials.
Please refer to your local team to learn more about the available options.
ISOVER France works with a network of collectors. They look after the construction and deconstruction waste and take back waste to the plant
ISOVER Slovakia offers a recycling service for EPS Waste. The unused EPS from construction sites are collected and recycled in...
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