Circular Economy
What is Circular Economy?

Circular economy is not just a fancy trend, it is an economic model. A circular economy goes beyond the current extract-use-dispose industrial model, to create circular systems that gain the maximum value from resources. In the center of the circular economy is the recycling industry which turn into advantages a renewable resource.

How GreenFiber contributes
towards a more circular economy?

GreenFiber has created value from PET waste for many years – long before the term circular economy was coined. Being a sister-company of GreenTech, Europe’s largest recycler of PET bottles and benefiting from long resource-effective synergies, we continuously find new methods of creating value from our own waste materials. Thus, from recycling flakes we created a product with high complexity and superior performances.

In this way, we contribute to secure the future of our business and take long-term responsibility for the supply of PSF (Polyester Synthetic Fiber) of the highest quality to society.

Such a circular approach not only reduces environmental degradation and ensures future generations have the resources they require, it also makes sound business sense to companies operating today.

100% recycled flakes

Our activity is based on the three principles of the Circular Economy: combating waste and pollution of the environment, keeping products and materials in use and carbon efficiency.

" Recycling and carbon efficiency are our main drivers towards a successful circular business model. We have the final responsibility for closing the loop, thus creating a global regenerative effect. With an installed recycling capacity of 460.000 t/ year, all the waste is integrated into closed loop, reducing annually 45,380 t C02.

We are a recycler and producer in the same time which gives us a satisfactory circular feeling. As a recycler, we receive waste and transform it into secondary raw materials, and as producer we give waste a new life. We are being in the same time responsible, after lifespan of products, to receive them back as a recycler. And this is how we have a circular story. "

CO2 emissions reduced (t)