Sustainable packaging solutions for cosmetics, stationery and nutritional supplements
► Ecological responsibility through innovation
The increasing pollution of the world's oceans by petrochemical polymers and dwindling resources have given us the idea of developing a pencil tube made of biogenic materials.
The result is a cellulose tube which is up to 95% bio-based and represents a real alternative to conventional plastic and wooden pencils, both ecologically and economically. Our patented cellulose pencil 'CelPen' which we produce from recycled wood fibres is environmentally friendly and sustainable!
Our CelPen is therefore not made from recycled raw material (wood; cellus lots) in the classic sense. Instead, we use wood residues from the wood-processing industry for our CelPen, and not new raw materials that first have to be extracted - so called Second Generation Wood. As a result, we reduce waste, conserve natural resources instead of cutting down new trees, and reduce the energy required for raw material extraction, transport, and processing.
- Thus, we contribute to the reduction of CO2 emissions and are twice green, because no tree has to be sacrificed for our bio-packaging!
Based on this innovation, we have developed a high-quality cosmetic bio-packaging, which is made of Second Generation Wood and can be composted (according to EN13432) and recycled again without leaving microplastics. Another of our innovative formulations contain various bio-polymers, such as cellulose, starch, lignin, natural resins, natural waxes and natural oils, biological additives and natural reinforcing fibers.
With this innovation we offer sustainable alternatives to conventional plastic products.
Flexible plastics processing with bio-, wood-based and recycled raw materials is our specialty.
We firmly believe that sustainable packaging made from Second Generation Wood, or upcycled, rescued and upgraded wood makes a difference and we all have the power to contribute to a more sustainable future.
A decision we support with every stroke.