Environmentally sound construction, what does this mean?

There is a real debate about the concept of “environmentally sound construction”. It touches on the issue of a world with an increased concern and proactive attitude towards climate change and global warming, fauna and flora protection, and increased commitment of all concerned to reducing air pollution etc.

These social issues are linked with that of a healthier environment, which poses the question of the composition of the materials used.

We use the strictest criteria to select our materials and ROOFLAND is a pioneer in this respect.

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