‘Green’ Your Aluminium with EnviroBuild
Aluminium has enormous potential for becoming the material of a carbon-neutral world. Its prevalence and high recyclability can reduce the carbon footprint of whole supply chains. That's why we offer the opportunity to 'Green' your aluminium by switching to green electricity and we will split the bill.
The Sustainable Potential of Aluminium
The versatility of aluminium has made it an important commodity in a variety of sectors, but it comes at a cost. Aluminium production accounts for two percent of global human-caused CO2 emissions. Despite this Aluminium has enormous potential for becoming the material of a carbon-neutral world. Its prevalence and high recyclability can reduce the carbon footprint of whole supply chains. This, in turn, could lead to scaling up the concept of a circular economy. Utilising recycled aluminium and switching to renewable energy for manufacturing are both proving to be effective at creating a sustainable future for aluminium.
How to reduce the embodied carbon of your project
With the production and manufacturing of aluminium being one of the largest contributors to its embodied carbon. Switching to green energy is one of the most effectives ways to reduce the carbon produced. Swapping to renewable green energy for your EnviroBuild aluminium products allows you to save up to 70.2% carbon emissions.
Producing aluminium oxide from bauxite and smelting aluminium are both energy intensive processes. As such, simply using renewable energy significantly decreases the Global Warming Potential. Using renewable energy over the entire life cycle of the material leads to even further gains. Allowing you to easily reduce the embodied carbon of your project. We are so passionate about sustainability and committed to helping the construction industry reach net zero that we split the bill.
Green Your Aluminium
Utilising renewable energy for the production of your aluminium is an effective way to reduce the embodied carbon of your projects and help the construction industry positively contribute to the UN 2030 and 2050 sustainable development goals.
The cost of using green electricity for the production of our aluminium decking is £2 per m². At EnviroBuild, we are passionate about leading the sustainable revolution in the construction industry so we spilt the bill. Meaning we match you, pound for pound, in an effort to reduce carbon emissions.
- Green your aluminium substructure for 50p per m²
- Green your aluminium decking for £1 per m²
- Green your aluminium cladding for £1 per m²
Green your Aluminium Today
The green your aluminium scheme is available on all our Hyperion Aluminium products and can be applied at the point of sale or retrospectively. Get in touch today to green the aluminium for your latest project or retrospectively on a pervious one.
Call us to green your aluminium: 020 8088 4888.
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