We reduce

We focus our activities on reducing greenhouse gas emissions, therefore, we are in line with the objectives set by the European Green Deal, which are to achieve the climate neutrality of Europe by 2050.

of the energy we use comes from renewable sources (with zero CO2 emissions).

lower CO2 emissions when compared to plants that do not use renewable energy sources.

compensated in 2021 together with our clients – we can compensate your emissions, too, in cooperation with ClimatePartner.

& recycling

Most of the waste generated at our plants is recycled or otherwise recovered. We achieve excellent results in this area.

of our waste is not landfilled.

recyclable is our new product – cardboard-made Clic’N-Green™ stand.

plastic can be found in our flagship products: Clic’N-Green™, Brick™ & LAMà®; they are 100% recyclable.

we eliminate plastic from our products – we decided to purchase a PaperWrap machine, so we can use it to wrap parcels in paper.

plastic sleeves for packing displays were replaced with recyclable carton packaging.

we recycle our waste.


Sustainable forest management is crucial both for our customers and for us; therefore, we have PEFC and FSC™ certifications.

They guarantee that the paper is made of material from well-managed FSC™-certified forests, recycled materials, and other controlled sources. As a responsible producer, we promote the use of raw materials with such certificates.

We only buy paper from producers who ensure sustainable timber production.

more production with the use of certified raw materials.

We optimise transport – we’re using smaller and lighter pagkages.

Our commitment to sustainable development has been recognised.

Our company has been ISO 14001 certified since 2009, and we undergo external audits annually. This certify is a proof of the high performance of our environmental management system.

In 2021, we got a silver medal of Ecovadis – a trusted international ranking that assesses the sustainability of companies. The organisation rated us in four areas: ecology, ethics, respect for human rights and sustainable procurement policy.