Play your part in saving the planet: take action, conserve resources, reduce your carbon footprint
Are you interested in finding an environmentally friendly answer to your packaging needs? Do you want to reduce your carbon footprint and play your part in protecting our planet? First, use our fast, straightforward DEBATIN CO2 calculator to work out how much CO2 you save when you use sustainable products from our DEBASAFE®, DEBAPAC® and DEBAPOST® ranges instead of conventional products made of new film. Next, transition to DEBATIN’s “Second Life” products or any of our products with Blue Angel certification.
If you have any questions, please contact our customer service. We’ll be delighted to help!
Call us on +49 7251 8009 100 or send an email to: email@example.com.
“Made for Recycling” – what’s next? The DEBATIN Sustainability Report, new procedures – and more!
Closed loop recycling, sustainable business practices, climate protection and mindful use of resources are already important issues in today’s world, and they’re likely to be even more important in the future. Accordingly, we expect legislation to get stricter. Rightfully so! We have no choice but to meet these requirements, but we do so gladly and willingly. That’s why we (voluntarily) published our first ever Sustainability Report in the autumn of 2020. When it comes to sustainability and sustainable business practices, we place high demands on ourselves and on our products. And we’re happy to be judged by our own standards.
Naturally, we have every intention of getting even better. We want to offer our customers the best possible solutions, so we’re keeping a keen eye on the latest developments in the fields of recycling and sustainability. We’re currently particularly intrigued by a new procedure – tested with success – to remove printing inks from plastic film before the film is recycled (the very issue that cost us the final point in the certification assessment mentioned above).
Another exciting development in the pipeline is Karlsruhe Institute of Technology’s new research focus on “Sustainable production”. The aim of the project is to help companies move on from linear production processes and develop new techniques in keeping with a circular economy.
Let’s take action together for a sustainable future!