“Il Sole 24 Ore” is an Italian economic-financial-political newspaper, it is the most popular in its sector and among the top 5 in the country.
Madreperla S.p.A is present in an article in the edition of September 9th, in the section dedicated to companies active in product quality and environmental protection.
The article traces the history of Madreperla, focusing especially on the company's sustainable path and its commitment to the environment.
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Renewable energies play a central role in achieving the decarbonization goals of the energy system. One of the issues surrounding renewable energies was the idea that they were less reliable than fossil fuels, but in the last years some of the renewable energy sources, reached a high technological maturity.
One of the most advanced technologies is the one of solar panels. At the end of 2021 we listed our personal ecological goals as a company, and of the steps of our sustainability path was to renovate our facility to reduce our use of non-renewable energy and reach a higher efficiency.
In this last month we have finalized the installation of our photovoltaic system. Thanks to it, we'll now be able to generate around 15% of our energy demand
We'll continue to measure our impact to strive for better solutions to constantly reduce our footprint. For all updates you can visit us here or on our LinkedIn
Creative studio Waiting for Ideas latest work for Shinzo store in Paris (www.shinzo.paris).
3 of our iconic Setacryl® colors used for this 90's inspired project, paying tribute to a Reebok classic shoe technology: the Pump.
And visit www.madreperlaspa.com/UK/inspirations.html, where you can find the design's closup.
Our focus over the last 10 years: be a responsible company.
Our path started in 2012 and over this time we have increased our skills in terms of sustainability and continously improved our own impact.
This path is summed in some tools available also to our customers, to help them make more conscious choices.
Our journey has not stopped, we try to learn something new and add new steps every year.
We're happy to announce that we've added a new step to our sustainability path: Green Cast® is "carbon neutral".
What does it mean? The greenhouse gas emissions for its production are offset by an equal quantity of reduced emissions.
We've made the concept of sustainability the founding value of our work and we try to add steps every year in order to become more and more responsible.
You can find out all about the project that led to the carbon neutrality of Green Cast® under the download section on our website: www.madreperlaspa.com/UK/download.html
You'll find also all the new green initivies undertaken for the year 2022.
We're happy to have collaborated with Eurolaser GmbH (www.eurolaser.com) to perform laser processing tests on different Green Cast® options.
Go check all the results of the tests on their channels: https://lnkd.in/eFwtjiUU www.eurolaser.com/applications/samples/laser-cutting-of-green-cast
Celebrated every year on June 8th, World Oceans Day is one more opportunity to reflect on a commitment that should be made everyday, on the community's responsibility to interact with the oceans in a sustainable way. In the occasion of the 30th anniversary, the Underwater Museum of Marseille will propose a temporary installation by artist researcher Jeremie Brugidou, on bioluminescence - a phenomenon whereby living organisms emit light through particular chemical reactions.
The artist imagined ten hermetic spheres containing bioluminescent bacteria, like ten little blue planets.
We're happy happy to have collaborated with our partner Clem (https://www.clem.be/) for the production of the spheres with our Green Cast® - 100% recycled and recyclable cast acrylic sheets.
Warren Steven Scott is a contemporary accessory designer, fashion designer, tailor, and craftsperson, born in British Columbia (Canada).
His approach to design pictures a modern image of fashion through an Indigenous lens.
In his new collection, Cedar in Sec-he Sky, you can find two custom colors realized with Green Cast®, our 100% recycled and recyclable range
After 2 years we’re glad to go back to live events We’ll be exhibiting at Elementaria 2021, the event taking place during Viscom Italia.
Since its first edition, back in 2015, we decided to use Green Cast®, our range of 100% recycled cast acrylic sheets, for the projects development. During this 7 years path at Elementaria, our main idea was to re-think creative models from a circular point of view, through the use of a material, that beside its ease of processing and great aesthetic impact, it’s recyclable endless times without ever loosing its technical and optical characteristics; a very important point for companies and brands whose attention is on sustainability and product quality.
We’re happy that this year’s event will focus on sustainability and in particular on “sustainable brand identity”.
Come visit Us from Sept. 30th to Oct. 2nd. For more information about the event and how to partecipate, contact Us to the email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Another important step in our sustainability path, which began 10 years ago on an uphill road, but which over the years has given and is giving us a lot of satisfaction.
10 years ago we decided to re-think our business model by basing the core of it on values that were and continue to be important to us, trying every day to improve, to innovate, to progress.
We have added an important step in our path, a certified EPD (Environmental Product Declaration) for our Green Cast® range, 100% recycled cast acrylic sheets.
Take a look at our “Download” section.
If you need additional information don’t hesitate to contact us at email@example.com
Cast acrylic is known for its ease of processing, for its transparency and the infinite possibilities in terms of colors and finishes
It is the perfect material for the world of furniture and design, that is always looking for elegance and innovation.
A world that is also becoming greener, and Green Cast® being a 100% recycled material, perfectly adapts to an eco-sustainable vision.
Famous italian designer Bruno Munari exhorted to observe common objects with new eyes by changing their intended use. "Da cosa nasce cosa" (things lead to) is a book that still enchants and brings out the creativity in all of us. TaccàSù System was born from the synergy between graphic designer Maurizio Milani and Madreperla S.p.A. and it takes inspiration from the concept of re-use, both of common designs shapes and materials. For the realization of the project we used Green Cast, 100% recycled cast acrylic sheets.