Blackpool gets greener as energy emissions fall

Blackpool goes green as emissions fall

Work to insulate Blackpool homes has been credited for a huge reduction in the town’s carbon emissions. New figures show the town has reduced its emissions by 30% over the last ten years, meaning almost a quarter of a million fewer tonnes of carbon being emitted into the atmosphere from

BES 6001 certification for Kingspan Tek and Optim-R

BES 6001Certification for Kingspan Tek and Optim-R

Kingspan Insulation is once again taking the lead on responsible business practices as its TEK and OPTIM-R product ranges became the first in their respective classes to achieve ‘Very Good’ BES 6001: Responsible Sourcing of Construction Products certification.   The certificate covers all Kingspan OPTIM-R products manufactured at Kingspan Insulation’s Herefordshire site

Top BRE ‘Green Guide’ rating for Rockpanel Products

ROCKPANEL®Products Awarded Top BRE Green Guide Rating

Rockpanel Group has once again displayed its commitment to sustainability as all 16 certified construction elements with Durable and Durable ProtectPlus façade boards received best-in-class Green Guide Ratings of A+.   The ratings were awarded by BRE Global following a rigorous life cycle assessment process which considered environmental impacts across 13

Kingspan ‘lower lambda’ products hit the market

Kingspan 'lower lambda' products hit the market

Kingspan Insulation has revolutionised rigid insulation technology today with the launch of four new low lambda products for floor, wall and soffit applications; delivering premium thermal performance with a minimal construction thickness.   Products in the Kingspan Kooltherm lower lambda range have a thermal conductivity of just 0.018 W/m.K across

Kingspan TEK travels through time

Kingspan TEK used at Seaton Jurassic visitor centre in Devonshire

The Kingspan TEK Building System and Kingspan TEK Cladding Panel have been installed as part of the new Seaton Jurassic visitor centre in Devonshire, forming the gateway to the region’s historic Jurassic Coast.   Over 185 million years of history are captured within the rock formations of the Dorset and East