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2022-09-19

AGC Glass Europe announces new float glass range with reduced carbon footprint

AGC Glass Europe is constantly working to reduce the environmental impact of its production processes to ensure a sustainable future. Under its Roadmap to Carbon Neutrality, the Group has now announced that by the end of 2022 it will produce a float glass range featuring a significantly reduced carbon footprint of less than 7 kg of CO2 per m2 for clear glass (4 mm thick).
This move will enable AGC – one of the world's largest flat glass producers – to reduce the carbon emissions generated during the production of this float glass by more than 40% . [1]
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2022-07-20

AGC Glass Europe announces new low-carbon glass range

To contribute to a sustainable world, AGC Glass Europe is committed to developing products that promote sustainable development, and to reducing the environmental impact of its production processes. Today, the Group is taking its sustainable approach one step further as it announces a new glass range with a significantly reduced carbon footprint, to be launched by the end of 2022. Details will be provided at a press conference at glasstec 2022 in Düsseldorf in September.
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2021-10-06

Hines project

A "green" refurbishment
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2021-09-28

AGC present at Architect@Work Barcelona 2021

Clearsight and SunEwat, AGC's major innovations
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2021-07-20

The AGC Glass Thickness Calculator now also compatible with ASTM 1300 standards

The AGC Glass Thickness Calculator has been upgraded with ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials) standards. 
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2021-07-09

Planibel Clearvision – extra pure, extra thick

Widely used by architects and designers in projects that demand superb transparency, Planibel Clearvision is the perfect choice when crystal-clear vision and total clarity count. With the introduction of two new thicknesses, the Clearvision range now offers a wide variety of thicknesses ranging from 3 mm to 19 mm, enabling top designers and furniture makers to work with thicker low-iron glass for larger pieces.
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