The ROMA5 PIR foam system made using renewable raw materials

The standard foam-based system from ROMA already stands out for its resource-conserving properties. ROMA is systematically advancing sustainability by offering a biomass-balanced variant of its insulation system made from renewable raw materials.

The new ROMA5 PIR foam system can also be manufactured using primary materials derived from biomass. During production, biomass consisting, for example, of kitchen waste is used instead of fossil-based raw materials and processed into a sustainable foam system. In collaboration with selected suppliers and partners, ROMA has developed a sandwich panel that stands out not only because of its excellent insulating performance but also by driving CO² emissions down even further. This means that planners, processors and builders can rely on a product that combines outstanding quality with the highest resource and energy efficiency.

For ROMA, the optimized production processes and use of renewable raw materials represent significant steps towards greater environmental friendliness and sustainability. This underscores the company’s objective of always acting in the best interests of nature and people.

Learn more about environmental management at ROMA.

Biomass balance

ROMA5 makes possible a resource-saving foam system based on organic refuse such as biological household waste without relying on fossil resources while also reducing CO² emissions by approximately 50%. This is made possible by the TÜV Nord-certified biomass balance method from BASF, which is available exclusively to customers of ROMA. This makes a direct contribution to sustainable use of resources and reducing CO² emissions.

For each order you can request a REDcert2 certificate issued by TÜV Nord and a ROMA certificate, both certifying the use of such non-fossil resources.