- BTT’s woven geotextiles can reduce CO2-emissions in infrastructure projects by a factor of 10 compared to more conventional methods
- Product-specific Environmental Product Declarations for woven geotextiles transparently communicate their sustainability
- EPDs an essential tool to communicate sustainability performance
- Helps carbon-conscious customers in their purchasing and decision making
Beaulieu Technical Textiles (BTT) has unveiled the next step in its mission to deliver sustainable solutions to customers – product-specific Environmental Product Declarations (EPD), an essential tool for communicating sustainability performance – to fully support green-certified construction projects by providing accurate information is readily available formats.
The carbon footprint of BTT’s woven geotextiles is amongst the lowest in the industry, making them one of the most sustainable solutions for civil engineering projects. An EPD shows a manufacturer’s commitment to measure and reduce the environmental impact of its products and report these impacts in a very transparent way.
Construction products, like geotextiles, follow the very comprehensive European standard, EN 15804+A2. The third-party verification and approval by the international EPD® System officially demonstrate the low environmental impact of BTT’s geotextile products.
“The environmental reflex is no longer an option or a nice to have. It lies in the heart of what BTT does and what we stand for. This EPD shows that our products fit perfectly in the global drive to reduce our carbon footprint and those of our customers. The use of our woven geotextiles in infrastructure projects reduces CO2-emissions by a factor of 10 compared to more conventional methods such as gravel. The official document can be referred to by our customers in bidding for tenders,” said Francis Denoo, Sales Manager, Geotextiles.
All BTT’s woven geotextiles have very low CO2 emissions as demonstrated by the following Global Warming Potential figures:
EPDs on geosynthetics bring more transparency and help carbon-conscious purchasing and decision making. Registered EPDs are globally recognized, publicly available, and free to download through EPD Libraries. Europe’s major EPD programmes launched the “ECO Platform” to ensure a degree of uniformity within the framework of the EN 15804 standard.
For more information on the environmental credentials of BTT’s woven geotextiles you can visit the Environdec platform.