Reynaers Group has been recognised by the United Nations with the award of its SDG (Sustainable Development Goal) Pioneer label for the manufacturer’s sustainability strategy.

Technical Director John McComb, who is also the company’s sustainability champion, said: “It’s great to see the work that Reynaers is doing to support more sustainable practices, and to create systems that will support sustainable building design, recognised at such a high level.

“Reynaers is committed to testing, innovation and constantly improving the performance of its windows, doors and façade systems, including thermal efficiency. With a team of technical experts both at the global headquarters and here in the UK, the company is continually working to reach its sustainability goals – and those of the wider UK and global communities, including upcoming changes to building legislation.

“This approach is evident in the latest generation of Reynaers’ products, created with sustainability in mind, including the MasterPatio sliding door, which is Cradle to Cradle certified and made with recycled materials; and the MasterLine 8 and 10 systems, which offer Passive House levels of insulation without compromising on aesthetics.

 “Through Reynaers Act, we lay out our commitment to a more sustainable way of working and this recognition is another step forward.”

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