How can plastic materials, circular economy and sustainability interact? As a producer of PMMA (Polymethyl methacrylate), one of the many plastic materials existing, we have a responsibility in both our production approach and in the vision that society has of plastics. Sustainability needs a long terms approach. The debate about global climate change, environment, water scarcity, health, and waste reduction, put every company in front of challenges and responsibilities.
We start from our own product: PMMA sheets that can be recycled to its original raw material countless times, without losing its peculiar characteristics.
These characteristics make PMMA the perfect material for a circular economy and for waste reduction.
In this context, we strive every day to grow our knowledge to find new ways to improve, and apply this knowledge to “close the loop”. This vision needs to become action. It is a long road that we’re still following, together with our partners: clients, suppliers and consultants. We live more and more in an interconnected world, which however has multiples facets and specificities. There is not a unique answer, because it involves multiples subjects, markets, laws and regulations.
We’re working hard to make our production and processes even more sustainable, following our sustainability learning path.
The starting point was to re-think the way waste products were seen. They could be a resource, they could have a new life … endless times.
Produce in a responsible way by improving the environmental performance of products and production processes, reduce the emissions, the consumptions and waste produced.
Operate ethically treating employees, stakeholders, customers and suppliers with integrity and fairness.
Act to ensure medium and long-term safety and healthy.
We work to raise awareness about using recycled materials
To choose suppliers that have a sustainable approach