Sustainability | Agam Group


Agam recognizes the importance of sustainability. It is built into our process and culture. Agam contributes to environmental sustainability in a number of ways.

The vast majority of our material waste is recycled.

  • Aluminum and steel are the largest volume of waste and they are all recycled

  • PVC and acrylic sheet good waste are recycled through a partner program with a supplier

  • Wood is sent to a partner who uses it for heating

  • Paper products and cardboard are also recycled


PVC Sheet

Acrylic Sheet





Prefabricated Structures Significantly Reduce Waste

Agam’s prefabricated structures are delivered, ready to install. The only on-site waste is packaging material. In addition, structures can be relocated, reconfigured and reused in different applications or to meet the evolving needs of a flexible workspace.

Traditional construction, on the other hand,
produces much more waste.

  • The U.S. generated over 600 million tons of construction-related waste in 2018. (EPA, 2023)

  • Construction & Demolition waste generation in the U.S. increased by 342% from 1990 to 2018. (EPA, 2023)

  • As much as 30% of all building materials delivered to a typical construction site can end up as waste. (ScienceDirect, 2011)

  • More than 75% of all construction waste from wood, drywall, asphalt shingles, bricks and clay tiles end up in landfills. (EPA, 2020)