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1 t of recycled polyester staple fiber = saving 0,88 t of CO2 emissions
(50% less CO2 compared to the production of polyester fiber from virgin input)

The calculations were validated by the organization when evaluating the results of our project - “Reducing
CO2 emissions through PET recycling” - throughout 2017 and 2018.

validated by the organization

Become sustainable with GreenFiber!

Using our recycled polyester staple fiber with 50% less C02 emissions vs. virgin fiber it’s an act of responsibility and helps greater awareness of environmental factors.

Why choose our green fibers?

We transform recycled bottles into green fiber, an recycled polyester staple fiber emitting with 50% less C02 emissions than a new petroleum based fiber, conserving water and energy in the process.

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Extra benefits:
With every order, we provide a statement with how much C02 you reduce. You can share and reveal your commitment on corporate and client communication. Download CO2 reduction statement
A unique label that certifies C02 emission reduction. Check it out here
Co-Marketing - Let’s tell the world a powerful sustainability story. We help like-minded brands tell the story through labels and communication materials, LinkedIn and more.
Act now, join forces and offer sustainable solutions to the end users with 50% less C02 emissions.
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Be carbon neutral, offset your emissions!

What about being carbon neutral?

Companies can purchase GreenTech CO2 credits to take responsibility and compensate for all the emissions they produce. Offsetting is an effective way to reduce emissions globally and create sustainable development benefits for communities around the world.

GreenTech is the first recycling company in Europe authorized by Gold Standard to issue Verified Emissions Reductions VERs.

The annual average GHG emission reduction is of 45,380 t CO2/year.

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CO2 emissions reduced (t)