By insulating better, you spend less
The state of the environment has changed dramatically in recent decades. We consume more energy every day. At the same time, we put a burden on nature. Saving energy and combating climate change are unavoidable choices. After all, we want to leave a healthy planet for future generations, as well. The building regulations of the future will demand ever better energy efficiency, as well as environmental efficiency. It is likely that the price of energy will also continue to rise.
By improving the heat insulation of houses, we create more environmentally friendly living and produce significant cost savings in housing. At the same time, we reduce harmful CO2 emissions and slow down climate change. Energy efficiency is an investment in the future.
Termex Cellulose insulation – recycled paper fibres to thermal insulation material
Termex Cellulose insulation is a thermal insulation for modern construction made ecologically by fiberizing recycled paper. The reuse of domestic recycled paper as thermal insulation multiplies the ecological efficiency of recycling. The use of renewable raw materials in the production of insulation materials is ever more important in an environmentally conscious world. In addition to good thermal insulation, demand eco-efficiency from your insulation materials..
Carbon-neutral Termex Cellulose insulation is produced with as little environmental impact as possible, utilising EKOenergy
Wind power certified by the Finnish Association for Nature Conservation and meeting the international EKOenergy criteria is used in the production of Termex Cellulose insulation. All electricity used by Termex-Eriste Oy is EKOenergy labelled. EKOenergy is an environmental label for electricity contracts. It guarantees that the electricity comes from renewable energy sources that additionally meet internationally set sustainability criteria.
Insulation with Termex Cellulose insulation is an economically friendly choice
Wood is a natural renewable material that binds carbon dioxide from the atmosphere into itself as it grows. When using wood-based building materials, such as cellulose insulation, the environmental impact of construction is lessened by reducing the amount of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. The carbon footprint of cellulose wool is extremely small. Its total carbon balance in a life-cycle analysis can even be negative, as it stores more than five times more carbon dioxide during the life cycle of a building than is emitted in its production.
Termex Cellulose insulation binds more carbon than its manufacture produces!