Insulation and environment protection

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Our insulation contribute sa great deal to reducing C02 emissions. The optimal insulation of heating lines and hot water pipes could reduce the CO2 emissions of every average European home by 5%.

Experts were astonished, when they learned that NMC's production processes were already CFC-free and even HCFC-free in 1988, more than 20 years ago. Even at that time our shareholders, management and engineers could imagine what a serious issue global warming would be in the third millennium.

Today we recycle almost 100 percent of the polyethylene residual and waste material caused by production and reuse it in the production. Since we create very little production waste thanks to precise technology and the skill of our employees we can even offset overcapacities on the free recycling market.

In this way we optimise the energy consumption during the production processes, which is minimal anyway. Mineral wool, in comparison, is a material still often used worldwide in the insulation industry and its production process has a high-energy requirement.

Environmental responsibility will also determine our actions in the future – through the development of future products, through sensible use of logistics systems, but also through boldly scrutinizing well-established processes and habits.

Environmental responsibility – simply for the sake of our future.