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National recommendations and environmental sustainability according to Plastic Free Certification: the perspective on compostable bioplastics.

Introduction The French Ecological Transition Agency (ADEME), published a report last May entitled "The limits of compostable plastic packaging." In this communication, the institution states that "the choice of compostable plastic packaging is (...) not a solution to the problem of pollution generated by plastics in the environment" and "recommends that residents put compostable plastic […]

The Plastic Free Quality Board, the team that guarantees the reliability of the Plastic Free certifications.

In its continuous work of research and improvement of the certification schemes, Plastic Free Certification is not alone: in every reflection, development and updating of the processes it is accompanied by a support and supervision body, the Plastic Free Quality Board, which guarantees trustworthiness, reliability and independence to the PFC activities. This supervisory body is […]

Plastic Free certification for products

With great pride we announce the launch of a new Plastic Free certification dedicated to products. This certification will help a greater number of companies to make their own contribution to the reduction of plastic waste, allowing even a single product to be certified as Plastic Free. The decision to develop the Plastic Free certification […]

How much CO2 do we save by eliminating single-use plastics?

It is finally possible to know the impact of our system certification. The research conducted in collaboration with the Department of Industrial Engineering and Economics of the University of L'Aquila on the evaluation of the Carbon Footprint of the replacement of single-use plastic has been concluded. The research group, coordinated by Dr. Davide Di Battista, analyzed the Plastic […]

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National recommendations and environmental sustainability according to Plastic Free Certification: the perspective on compostable bioplastics.

Introduction The French Ecological Transition Agency (ADEME), published a report last May entitled "The limits of compostable plastic packaging." In this communication, the institution states that "the choice of compostable plastic packaging is (...) not a solution to the problem of pollution generated by plastics in the environment" and "recommends that residents put compostable plastic […]

The Plastic Free Quality Board, the team that guarantees the reliability of the Plastic Free certifications.

In its continuous work of research and improvement of the certification schemes, Plastic Free Certification is not alone: in every reflection, development and updating of the processes it is accompanied by a support and supervision body, the Plastic Free Quality Board, which guarantees trustworthiness, reliability and independence to the PFC activities. This supervisory body is […]

Plastic Free certification for products

With great pride we announce the launch of a new Plastic Free certification dedicated to products. This certification will help a greater number of companies to make their own contribution to the reduction of plastic waste, allowing even a single product to be certified as Plastic Free. The decision to develop the Plastic Free certification […]

How much CO2 do we save by eliminating single-use plastics?

It is finally possible to know the impact of our system certification. The research conducted in collaboration with the Department of Industrial Engineering and Economics of the University of L'Aquila on the evaluation of the Carbon Footprint of the replacement of single-use plastic has been concluded. The research group, coordinated by Dr. Davide Di Battista, analyzed the Plastic […]

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National recommendations and environmental sustainability according to Plastic Free Certification: the perspective on compostable bioplastics.

Introduction The French Ecological Transition Agency (ADEME), published a report last May entitled "The limits of compostable plastic packaging." In this communication, the institution states that "the choice of compostable plastic packaging is (...) not a solution to the problem of pollution generated by plastics in the environment" and "recommends that residents put compostable plastic […]

YOU KNOW!, plastic free boat tours

With Paolo Cherillo Who are you? What do you do?  I'm Paolo Cherillo and I'm HR manager for YOU KNOW!. You Know! is a splendid organization with a team of about 40 people. The head office is in the Sorrento peninsula and we are present in other Italian and European destinations.  We organize boat tours and […]

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Plastic Free certification for products

With great pride we announce the launch of a new Plastic Free certification dedicated to products. This certification will help a greater number of companies to make their own contribution to the reduction of plastic waste, allowing even a single product to be certified as Plastic Free. The decision to develop the Plastic Free certification […]

How much CO2 do we save by eliminating single-use plastics?

It is finally possible to know the impact of our system certification. The research conducted in collaboration with the Department of Industrial Engineering and Economics of the University of L'Aquila on the evaluation of the Carbon Footprint of the replacement of single-use plastic has been concluded. The research group, coordinated by Dr. Davide Di Battista, analyzed the Plastic […]

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with our certification you calculate the CO2 saved

thanks to the collaboration with the University of L'Aquila
it is now possible to calculate how many kg of CO2 equivalent can be saved by applying the certification procedure of Plastic Free Certification
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