Low carbon recycled acoustic & thermal natural fibre insulation. Easy to install/non-itch, non-toxic – will not cause allergic reactions. Behaves as a hydro regulator as it can absorb & release water vapour.
Extremely effective sound-proofing and thermal insulation for both commercial and domestic use.
85% recycled cotton fibre, easy to install, non-itch and exceeds conventional insulation in performance.
Short video showing how recycled denim/cotton garments are processed to manufacture Inno-Therm®/Métisse®.
Conduct practical enquiries with the Hot House, a bespoken science based resource to investigate physics concepts of heat transfer at KS3/4. View video
During the current Covid 19 restrictions, we are able to continue to handle enquiries by phone and email. We are able to dispatch goods as courier services are still operating, providing your premises can accept deliveries. You must contact us to discuss delivery lead time.
Inno-therm installed in the REACH HOMES recycled container build for Ecology Building Society.
Inno-Therm® at Future Build
Futurebuild 3rd-5th March 2020.
RECOVERY INSULATION has been shortlisted to participate in the Big Innovation Pitch on the Resourceful Materials stage and has a plinth in one of our Innovation Showcases. Big Innovation Pitch is partnered by BRE and supported by Transforming Construction Challenge (Active Building Centre, The Construction Innovation Hub and Network).
Let there be darkness
LED security lights effects on trees and green city landscape:
Human and wildlife circadian rhythms, mental well-being, road safety and the view of our night sky
A paper written by David Garlovsky (BSc, MSc, Certificate in Social Phenomenology)
was presented at the International SEEDS Conference 2017: Sustainable Ecological Engineering Design for Society Healthy Environments, Buildings and Spaces, Leeds Beckett University, UK
The purpose of this paper is to raise awareness of the potential impact on urban and rural areas of blue-rich LEDs to ensure that city designers and arborists make informed decisions about the choice of street and road lighting. There is a growing trend for urban areas in the UK, USA and elsewhere to change over-roadway and residential lighting from high-pressure sodium [HPS] to blue-rich LEDs, often simply on the basis of saving energy, yet without health- or environmental-impact assessments. Energy-saving measures need to be linked to health and ecology considerations.
The views presented in this paper are from a historical perspective based on research conducted in 1974 by the author and the Chicago Audubon Society in the City of Chicago and from a recent literature review of research. The research showed that blue-rich LEDs’ effect human health and well-being, wildlife circadian rhythms, road safety and the view of our night sky. It is crucial for local communities be involved in deciding how streetscapes, including trees and lighting, are planned, managed and maintained.
Alliance for Sustainable Building Products
Inno-Therm®/Métisse® has been shortlisted for the Natureplus Awards 2020 as specified by Arboreal Architecture. The Natureplus certification is the best way of proving a product is both low carbon and healthy. The product was used in Re-use Flat, which just missed ASBP shortlist for our awards. The awards ceremony is on 27th February at the ASBP Healthy Buildings Expo.
15th April 2019 CPD session conducted at Jefferson Sheard Architects in Peterborough entitled: THE CHALLENGE TO SPECIFY A LOW CARBON INSULATION. The Power Point slides are available.
Recovery Insulation in 2018 has become a partner in the The University of Sheffield ReTraCE Project (Realising the Transition to the Circular Economy: Model, Methods and Applications).
Circular Economy Strategies Would “Tip Balance” Against Climate Change CIWM Journal Online.
ASE National Conference Reading 2020
PLUGGING INTO THE SUN SESSION (122) – 4-6 PM
Build solar car/boat using solar cell that has output under diffuse light. Guide to build recycled cardboard water rig. Our STEM resource uses a problem solving approach that focuses on application of scientific concepts in relationship to climate change. Free CD, and/or memory stick of resources and a guide to run solar challenges.
Report of sessions in 2018 where 15 people attended from: Malta, Denmark, Netherlands, Spain, UK, Norway, China and Hong Kong.
Free pair of old (many are 501) denim navy (a few are black or white) jeans (sizes : 30-42W X 29-33L) or shorts (sizes: 23-34W) varying in colour, on request when you purchase Inno-Therm®/Métisse® insulation.
I will ask you to send an inside leg measurement prior to order. Get a friend to measure you – keep tape measure taut but not tight. Do not be tempted to make allowances. The leg measurement in the table is inside leg. Picture can be provided of jeans on request.
Inno-Therm®/Metisse® eko 45mm acoustic insulation panels are soon to be used at the Tokyo Olympics 2020.
Sheffield/South Yorkshire UK based Recovery Insulation Ltd. is proud to announce that Inno-Therm®/Métisse® acoustic recycled cotton/denim insulation will be used at the Tokyo Olympics 2020. It was used by the International Broadcast Center at the Olympic Winter Games 2018, by NBC News at the London Games 2012, re-used at the Sochi Winter Olympics, 2014 and at the Rio Olympics 2016.
Tokyo Case Study
NBC Olympics Case Study
Pyeongchang Olympic Winter Games 2018 press release
Hope Mill Recording Studios
Henric Mattsson, sound engineer, installed eco 45mm acoustic Inno-Therm®/Metisse® in 2018 in their ceiling clouds as a measure to deal with/attenuate short hi-mid/high-frequency flutter echo in their control room environment.
Hope Mill Recording Studios – Case Study
Living Roof for the California Academy of Science
Architect Renzo Piano achieved a design for the Living Roof for the California Academy of Sciences while using recycled denim for the insulation.
Architect Renzo Piano design for the Living Roof
Inno-Therm®/Métisse® selected as product of the month
Inno-Therm®/Métisse® has been selected as product of the month by ASBP, the Alliance for Sustainable Building Products
Recovery Insulation will be exhibiting and presenting at the Healthy Buildings Conference and Expo on Thursday 28th February 2019 at London South Bank University.
Our paper, “Comparing linear and circular supply chains: A case study from the construction industry”, was accepted by the SEEDS Scientific Committee, Leeds Beckett University, for the International Conference, 14th/15th September 2016, on the themes Sustainable, Ecological Engineering Design for Society. The paper received the award: LSI (Leeds Sustainability Institute) Award for Paper Addressing a Developing Need. See the PowerPoint presentation.