INSEE Vietnam has been re-certified for the third time by the Singapore Green Building Council (SGBC) and had its housing cement and industrial cement products upgraded to the Green Label rank, showing that it is right on track to sustainable development.
All INSEE housing solutions have been granted the Green Label by SGBC
This is the third time since 2017 that INSEE Vietnam products are certified for the Green Label, with the company's Power-S, ECO, and Power Fast multip application cement products upgraded to the third rank (excellent) in the SGBC system.
In addition, industrial cement products including INSEE Extra Durable, INSEE Compact Rock, INSEE Stable Soil, and INSEE Mass Pour retained their highest fourth rank (leader) following a strict evaluation process.
SGBC is a non-governmental organisation and a member of the World Green Building Council. The organisation is responsible for assessing and approving green standards for materials and equipment for construction. The Green Label certification is a prestigious symbol for construction products that save resources, are environmentally friendly, and bring higher performance in construction.
|INSEE's Green Label cement portfolio |
For INSEE, sustainable development is a key guiding goal built into the enterprise's core strategy. The certification from SGBC is recognition of INSEE's continuous efforts to develop cement products that not only achieve high performance in construction but are also environmentally friendly and resource efficient.
Furthermore, with modern production processes, the entire product portfolio of INSEE has been granted the Green Label by SGBC and VGBC. Moreover, INSEE's products also meet the standards of prestigious evaluation systems such as LEED, Lotus, and Green Mark, and the company will soon be the first cement producer in Southeast Asia to achieve International EPD certification.
With the brand statement: "Build for Life", INSEE Vietnam is constantly improving production processes and product quality to meet the needs of consumers while pursuing environmentally friendly development goals.