ROCKWOOL North America has begun commercial production of stone wool insulation products at its newest U.S. manufacturing facility, located in Jefferson County, West Virginia. The state-of-the-art factory produces ROCKWOOL’s residential, commercial and industrial stone wool insulation and marks North America’s first post-pandemic increase in stone wool insulation manufacturing capacity.
Trucost, part of S&P Global, has classified all ROCKWOOL Group products as having a positive impact on the UN Sustainable Development Goals, while the company has met or exceeded two of its six sustainability targets ahead of time.
Increasing building renovation rates is central to achieving net-zero carbon targets. A new report released today by ROCKWOOL Group and Cambridge Econometrics maps a clear path to greener buildings and shows strong support from the public to renovate their homes
ROCKWOOL Safe’n’Sound®, ROCKWOOL’s popular stone wool fire and acoustic batt insulation, is now offered in a new 6” thickness.
ROCKWOOL, North America’s largest stone wool manufacturer, has launched Cavityrock® Black—a dual-density insulation board designed to mask the insulation layer with a bonded fleece facing to create a crisp, dark aesthetic in open-joint facades. Cavityrock® Black also offers the same excellent thermal performance, fire resistance, and moisture control of ROCKWOOL Cavityrock® insulation.
ROCKWOOL Group, the world’s largest manufacturer of stone wool insulation, announced today that Trent Ogilvie, President of ROCKWOOL North America, has elected to retire after 25 years of successful leadership. The company is pleased to share that Rory Moss, who currently serves as Managing Director, ROCKWOOL Nordics