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Making a positive impact where we do business

While our products help to improve people's living conditions by providing thermal comfort, increased fire resilience and good acoustic environments, we are also focused on our social performance.

For ROCKWOOL this means making a positive difference in each of our communities of operation; something we do by setting ambitious targets and integrating social, societal, and health and safety considerations into our daily business. We're proud to continue to invest in infrastructure and programs that support the well-being and prosperity of people.

For more information, download our corporate social responsibility fact sheet below.

ROCKWOOL team participates in Habitat for Humanity build project in Burlington, Ontario. Not intended for commercial use only community and internal communications.

The ROCKWOOL Blog: latest articles

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How to finish an unfinished garage

Finishing garage space is a home improvement project that can offer many benefits, including adding valuable living or storage space, improving energy efficiency and protecting belongings and family from mold and fire. If you choose to take it one, use an insulation product like ROCKWOOL Comfortbatt®--it’s moisture resistant, water repellent and noncombustible. It’s a worthwhile investment that will provide expand usable space and provide peace of mind.

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Building codes and standards

Cavityrock® Black: the future of open-joint rainscreen application design

Simplify your wall assembly by combining the insulation installation and masking in one step

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Energy efficiency

Net Zero Energy Building – A quick reference guide to energy-neutral, sustainable building

This article looks at net zero building, its potential advantages, the role of codes and standards and how the push to net zero will impact the future of the built environment. It outlines the role of the building envelope and potential solutions to help achieve more liveable and sustainable buildings and, ultimately, cities that can benefit both people and the planet.

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Sound absorption

Sound Absorption - Create Comfort in Open Environments

Sound absorption is an important component for meeting the unique acoustic needs of your room or building design. We provide a complete best-practices guide in this article.

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