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Episode 28: SUSTAINABLE SEPTEMBER with Quiet Mark's Acoustics Academy

Episode 28: SUSTAINABLE SEPTEMBER with Quiet Mark's Acoustics Academy

When Specifiers select products and materials for their projects, they increasing seek solutions which have been manufactured sustainably, with certifications to verify their credentials. 

In this SUSTAINABLE SEPTEMBER episode of The Quiet Mark Podcast, our host, Simon Gosling, speaks with 6 manufacturers whose Quiet Mark certified products are listed on our directory of expertly verified solutions for every building project to support the new era of responsible design.

Sustainability focuses on meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs. The concept of sustainability is composed of three pillars: economic, environmental, and social—also known informally as profits, planet, and people. Increasingly, companies are making public commitments to sustainability through actions like reducing waste, investing in renewable energy, and supporting organisations that work toward a more sustainable future.

Working our way up, starting with floors by Karndean Designflooring, through to walls by WoodUpp, insulation by ROCKWOOL, acoustic artworks and furniture by BuzziSpace with Cory Grosser + Associates, murals and furniture by AllSfär, all the way up to ceilings by Armourcoat Acoustic®, Simon asks each manufacturer how they produce their products sustainably, and what it means to their businesses.

Your company might be considering corporate sustainability initiatives but wondering just how hard it is to implement meaningful change in your organisation. It can be helpful to have examples of corporate sustainability initiatives to look to for inspiration, and this is precisely what our first guests on this show, Products of Change provides. 

Tune in to discover more!