Weber Slovakia co-organised and sponsored a 5km run named “You can’t run from colour’. With an accompanying programme organised by the Slovakian Paralympic Board as well as activities including music, dancing and face painting, it was targeted at Weber employees and end users.
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Architects Jon and Naiara Montero were asked to convert the Tabakalera tobacco factory (a landmark in San Sebastian built in 1913) into an art factory.
Saint-Gobain is an official sponsor of the 21st yearly session of the Conference of the Parties (COP 21) to the 1992 United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), which will be held in Paris (France) from November 30, to December 11. Participants hope to reach a new international agreement on climate, applicable to all countries, with a view to containing global warming below 2°C. Saint-Gobain is reiterating its commitment to environmental protection and reasserting its aim of becoming the reference for sustainable habitat.
In the Occasion of the 350 Anniversary of Saint-Gobain, Sodamco-Weber Lebanon, Syria and Jordan alongside the central team gathered and planted 350 cedars sapling in Tannourine natural reserve in the northern mountains of Lebanon. A guided walk through the reserve was on the itinerary allowing everyone to discover the wonders of the forest with a brief on its history and preservation.
3D-printing is becoming more and more important. While its development started especially for (rapid) prototyping, 3D-printing is now a technology used for making personal and individualized objects. The 3D-printing technique is being investigating in the building industry as a way to speed up construction and reduce costs. One example is in China where successful trials were made to build houses and a multi-storey building with reinforced cement-based mortars.
Indonesia’s Mortar Utama is now 100% owned by Weber, giving the company a market-leading position in a large and promising country. A new joint venture in Ghana will continue Weber’s expansion in Africa.
Weber had the opportunity to sponsor a Wheelchair rugby event just outside of Paris with more than 50 children from Rugby clubs actively participating in it. The key objective was to enlighten people about disability and to encourage the children to participate in a series of workshops that included, an introduction on how to handle a wheelchair, conference on disability, participation in the wheelchair rugby tournament and a mosaic mural involving Weber products. The mosaic mural workshop was the star attraction of the event and the end result was simply stunning - An 8m² mosaic mural made of 18000 pieces of mosaic tiles. Overall, everyone including the audience had a fun time at the event with heartfelt appreciations all around.
weber.epox easy is an easy to apply, and easy to clean grout, which is also offering a new long lasting colors range thanks to the "encapsulated colored sand" technology. This new product can be used for both fixing and grouting ceramic tiles, and is available on 2,5kg and 5kg buckets. The product is already available in France, Belgium and UK
Weber Slovakia has released a book of fairy tales as a Christmas gift for the kids of its customers.
The Programme Infrastructure Solidarity Plan (PISO) is driven by Weber since 2005 and aims to improve the quality of community life through recovery actions of public spaces that are degraded. In this regard, Weber has delivered more than 400 murals and small urban interventions designed both by new artists, emerging from the community to whom these murals are addressed, and by renowned artists.
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