EPS is the Most Common and Well-Established Insulation Material Used in Building Renovations
In recent years, a rather unobjective and emotional debate has developed around the insulation material EPS (EPS), which has led to a great deal of uncertainty. EUMEPS aims to address these reservations, take on critical board attitudes, counter them with facts, and work together with all parties involved.
In this regard, EUMEPS serves to establish a dialogue between advocates and critics of the insulation material EPS. Arguments are examined objectively, developments are communicated, and dialogue partners are brought together.
EPS helps save millions of tones of CO2 emissions per year. Approximately 75% of the EPS produced in Europe is used in the construction sector. Houses around the world are renovated using EPS as insulation to improve their energy efficiency. Studies have shown that the insulation capacity of EPS exceeds that of competing products.
This efficiency results from its main ingredient: Air! Its structure contains 98% of it. Consequently, EPS consumes little raw material during its production process. With minimal input, EPS provides maximum comfort in your home.
EPS does it easily. With 98% air.
The (cost-) efficient production of EPS enables its supply at affordable prices. Therefore, EPS insulation is the perfect solution to face the “twin challenge of energy efficiency and affordability” – as set out by the European Commission in the Green Deal and the Renovation Wave.
EPS is very easy and straightforward to install, it is also safe from an (occupational) health perspective.