Saint-Gobain Thailand participated in a CSR community activity at Bang Krasan School, Bang Pa-in District, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province, on April 10th, 2567

On April 10th, 2567 Saint-Gobain (Thailand) engaged in a community initiative at Bang Krasan School, Bang Pa-in District, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province. The aim was to enhance the local environment and support education for both students and teachers. This involved refurbishing classroom spaces by replacing damaged ceilings with gypsum board products, ProClean, boasting noise reduction capabilities of CAC 38 dB. This adaptation fosters an optimal learning atmosphere.  Also reflecting up to 80% of heat to mitigate internal temperatures. The collaborative effort between Saint-Gobain (Thailand) staff from production, QPC, Engineer, and training center showcased innovative contributions to classroom improvements.

This CSR activity is one of the initiatives that the company is committed to undertaking for environmental preserve and collective efforts to promote sustainability within communities. The objective aligns with the company's mission of "Making the World a Better Home," aiming to create a livable world for everyone.



About Saint-Gobain

A global leader in Light and Sustainable Construction, Saint-Gobain designs, manufactures and distributes products and services that meet the needs of the construction and manufacturing industries. Ready to integrate various solutions in innovation and building construction processes. Residences with lightweight structural systems and reduced carbon emissions. The company is committed to creating sustainability for the construction industry while fighting global warming. Business growth must, therefore be consistent with the Group's ultimate goal, which is to make the world a better home for everyone: “MAKING THE WORLD A BETTER HOME”

Saint-Gobain has offices in 70 countries with more than 167,000 employees worldwide.

Saint-Gobain is committed to achieving carbon neutrality, or the release of carbon into the atmosphere equal to the amount of carbon it absorbs, by 2050.

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