Rockwool switches to biogas, plans big emissions cut

The mineral wool insulation producer has switched to natural gas this year but plans a transition to biogas in 2021.

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Rockwool, the sixth-largest carbon-dioxide emitter in Denmark, will cut its CO2 emissions by 70 percent compared to 1990 as of next year, writes Danish business daily Børsen.

The world's largest mineral wool producer will thereby be almost ten years ahead of the remaining nation, which won't see a corresponding reduction until 2030.

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