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Sustainable Bricks and Tiles - GREENER | Randers Tegl

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  • Use

    Exterior/interior brickwork
  • Applications

    Residential, commercial, industrial, cultural
  • Characteristics

    Sustainable bricks and tiles produced exclusively with electricity from wind and biogas

More about this product

Randers Tegl’s sustainable bricks and tiles are produced exclusively with electricity from wind and biogas. This reduces the environmental impact of each brick and tile by 50% – without compromising the technical qualities of the bricks.

The series Ultima and Unika are entirely made sustainable and are therefore Randers Tegl’s most exclusive bricks. They are made of clay that has been developed through the experience of many generations working with the material. Randers Tegl’s other series of bricks and tiles are also available in sustainable versions.

GREAT EFFECT. SMALL COST

The costs of the sustainable bricks and tiles are approx. 10% more than an ordinary brick or tile. Often the facade is considered a smaller part of the overall project, but it is a part which has a significant effect on the environment and an environmental certification. Our sustainable bricks are the ideal choice for you who prioritize the environment – and it’s fully documented with environmental product declarations (EPD).

DO YOU NEED MORE INFORMATION?

Please don’t hesitate to contact Randers Tegl if you want to know more about your sustainable alternative. Their experts will help you with technical specifications and counselling in your choice of bricks and tiles.

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