Across Romania and Eastern Europe, Romstal provides electrical and insulation materials, supplied by a workforce of over 1000 people.
The company is taking steps to drastically reduce carbon emissions across its operations. Their climate goals include halving CO2 emissions by using heat pump technology as a replacement for gas boilers. The introduction of LED lights has slashed emissions by 80 per cent.
Andrei Bejan, a consultant at Romstal, said: “Our purpose with regard to environmental protection is to change the Romanian and Easter European market towards more sustainable buildings and investing in green, efficient systems. By doing this we want a better future for our children, our country and Europe.”
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