Easy to install/non-itch, recycled acoustic & thermal natural fibre insulation. Non-toxic and will not cause allergic reactions. Behaves as a hydro regulator thanks to its ability to 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®.
Download technical information, E-Futures Inno-Therm® carbon footprint report and European testing reports.
Reach Homes has won two Sheffield business awards where Inno-Therm® was installed. See the case study.
Tech for Teachers Award
The Solar/STEM solar car/boat was named a 4 star winner in this category. The STEM solar resource is used to teach engineering skills in application of design, maths, physics in an enjoyable way. It motivates and engages students to gain self-confidence and problem solving skills while building the solar car or boat. Students are given the opportunity to design components to modify positively to affect performance e.g. travel in a straight direction, over bumps and hills, and increase speed.
ACE Liverpool Conference
During ASE Liverpool Conference sessions in January 2018 on solar energy, David Garlovsky launched a new sustainable technology resource called The Hot House, which covers the Enquiry Processes: Working scientifically (Enquire, Analyse, Communicate and Solve).
The Psychology and Philosophy of Eugene T. Gendlin.
After the successful sessions in 2017 on the Psychology and Philosophy of Eugene T. Gendlin, sessions are being organised by David Garlovsky, Certified Focusing Teacher, to teach skills of ‘listening’ and ‘focusing’. The sessions are open to anyone. We will focus on how to learn listening and focusing to positively attend to emotive feelings for use in personal and professional life such as, problem solving, creativity, teaching, new responses when one is in relation to another, decision making, creative writing and conflict resolution. We will begin with brief discussion about Gene’s basic notion that something that is vague, unclear and bodily felt can “open into a whole field of intricate detail”.
A brief report of the 2 hour session held at Sheffield Central Library on 15th March 2017 is available.
Contact David if you are interested to join a session. Venue, time and day have yet to be confirmed.
Inno-therm®/Metisse® selected as product of the month
Inno-therm®/Metisse® has been selected as product of the month by ASBP, the Alliance for Sustainable Building Products
International Fibre Recycling Symposium
Inno-Therm’s David Garlovsky’s abstract entitled: Circular economy in the manufacture of a recycled cotton/denim low carbon thermal and acoustic insulation to 6th International Fibre Recycling Symposium has been approved by the organising team as an Oral Presentation. See the newletter for more information.
Let There be Darkness
David Garlovsky has delivered his presentation ‘LET THERE BE DARKNESS’: Blue-rich LED street lighting – effect on circadian rhythms, well-being, road safety and view of night sky at the International SEEDS Conference 2017: Sustainable Ecological Engineering Design for Society Healthy Environments, Buildings and Spaces: Current position and future models Leeds Beckett University, UK – 13th and 14th September 2017.
The paper can be found within The SEEDS Conference Proceedings 2017 published in E-Book form on 4th December with an ISBN number 978-0-9955690-2-7. The paper can be found on page 209 in the E-Book using this link.
Please sign a petition that has been created: “Halt Blue-Rich White Light Pollution”, asking the government to reinstate the All Parliamentary Lighting Group and to urgently create a National Light Policy which properly addresses the harmful effects of modern lighting technology on humans, wildlife, road safety and sky glow.
Inno-Therm® being used in REACH Homes
Affordable eco-homes for Sheffield with REACH Homes.
London Design Festival
Recovery Insulation is proud to announce that Inno-Therm®/Metisse® acoustic recycled cotton/denim insulation was on display at the London Design Festival, which took from 17th-25th September 2016. It is an annual event held to celebrate and promote London as the design capital of the world; and act as a gateway to the international creative community. Participating in this significant event, Arup is delighted to be collaborating with Frener & Reifer, BAM and The Built Environment Trust. See the press release.
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 paper and the PowerPoint presentation .
Inno-Therm® acoustic insulation products selected for the Pyeongchang Olympic Winter Games 2018
Sheffield/South Yorkshire UK based Recovery Insulation Ltd. is proud to announce that Inno-Therm®/Metisse® acoustic recycled cotton/denim insulation will be used at the International Broadcast Center at the Olympic Winter Games 2018. It was used by NBC News at the London Games 2012, re-used at the Sochi Winter Olympics, 2014 and at the Rio Olympics 2016.
See the Case Study