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SUSTAINABILITY

ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY

  • ISO14001:2001 accredited
  • Largest roof solar paneling installation in the county
  • 670㎡ of clear roof paneling optimising daylight
  • 100% pallet recycling through recovery and repair
  • Fuel efficiency through driver training, vehicle utilisation and routing

Life Cycle Analysis

PLASTICS VS. PULP: RANK FROM LEAST/BEST (1) TO MOST/WORST (7) IN EACH DAMAGE/IMPACT CATEGORY

Thermofibre graph

We manufacture pulp products made from natural fibers using our core source materials

  • Bamboo
  • Bagasse (sugarcane pulp)
  • De-inked Recycled Pulp
  • Eucalyptus Pulp

science matters

Sustainable Packaging For A Circular Economy

12 billion tons of flexible packaging end up in the trash each year, and recycling is not cutting it. 

  On a global scale, pulp fiber is more widely recycled then plastics.  In fact, over 65% of paper and pulp is recycled annually compared to plastics (not including PET) which is less then 8% recycled annually.  A primary reason that fibers are easier to recycle is because mixed paper can be processed, whereas mixed plastics cannot. 

Keep in mind, pulp products also have less of an impact on the environment. They come from sustainable resources. This is substantial when comparing to plastics which are made from a by-product of petroleum.

Over 200 million tonnes of plastic stays in the environment every year, either as landfi ll or in the oceans, and it’s estimated that it will remain there for around 400 years.

1 %
Recycled Paper
0 %
recycled plastic
64 %
Recycled products
Circular Economy Diagram

Circular Economy

At ThermoFibre, we are taking on the challenge each day to make a positive difference on the environment with the products we make.

All of the additives we use in processing our pulp are food safe and chosen for the minimal impact they have on the environment. 
In general, our packaging formulations and products are EN13432 certifiable.  We are currently conducting analysis of home compostability certification. 

“The Earth is what we all have in common”

-Wendell Berry