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September 1, 2016

Insulation Cork Board (ICB), from Amorim Cork Insulation, has been awarded the Green Dot Award, due to its unique ​ sustainability credentials, within the framework of Archidex 16, a leading international event for the sectors of architecture, construction and design interiors, that takes place every year in Malaysia.

ICB is a thermal insulation solution, acoustic and anti-vibration, which is 100% natural and presents an impeccable technical performance. The benefits associated with its use include the fact that it fosters indoor air quality (A +). In addition to these features, ICB is resistant to compression, is highly permeable to water vapour and does not liberate toxic gases in the event of fire. Designed for interior and exterior installation, this insulating solution, made of natural cork, offers the same performance throughout its life cycle, in contrast to other alternatives available.

Organised in parallel with the seventeenth edition of Archidex, the Green Dot Awards considered that cork is the most sustainable raw material of the new millennium, because of the advantages and benefits it presents to users and to the environment. The Green Dot Awards are decided by a panel of distinguished jurors responsible for analysing and distinguishing the best products in design, innovation, technology and sustainability.