The “Urban Heat Island” effect is a measurable increase in temperature, mainly resulting from the replacement of vegetation by buildings, black surfaces such as roofs, streets, avenues, and other heat-absorbing infrastructures.

The use of white roof can preserve nature, preventing the emission of about 10 metric tons of CO2 to the atmosphere.

By reducing the urban heat by 10% through the use of white roofs, we avoid the emission of CO2 produced by approximately 4 million vehicles.

White roof preserves the useful life of the roof, reducing the significant amount of waste materials (old or damaged tiles) in landfills.

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