December, 2020

Evertis’ achievement in a recyclable solution for the PET multilayer trays has been recognized by APPE (Associação Portuguesa de Ética Empresarial), and the Portuguese-based group has been awarded for their efforts towards SDG 12 and the Circular Economy.

APEE was founded with the objective of promoting the development of ethics in organizations, with full integration in their management practices and, consequently, in their environment. APEE and the United Nations Global Compact Network Portugal have jointly launched the 15th Edition of Social Responsibility Week, addressing how Portugal can take the next ten years as an opportunity to build a more sustainable future from an economic, social and environmental perspective and settling “2020-2030 as the decade of sustainability”.

Several partners, public-private institutions, and companies actively contributed to a week of in-depth reflection on sustainability, within the scope of the United Nations Agenda 2030. During this week, the association aimed to distinguish organizations from the public and private sectors, with and without profit, for their practices on Social Responsibility and Sustainability.

EVERTIS’ TRAY TO TRAY SOLUTION

Evertis’ tray-to-tray solution gives post-industrial and post-consumer multilayer packaging another life. This development proves that a circular economy for trays is a reality.

Evertis partnered with the Plastic Sense Foundation, permits incorporating recycled PET, obtained from a delamination processes of multilayer waste, and reintroduced as secondary raw material in their film production processes.

Thanks to this, Evertis supports the European Plastics Strategy, which establishes that 10 million recycled tons can be incorporated into new products in the European Union market in 2025.

Evertis Ibérica is certified under the ECOSENSE Certificate obtained in July 2019, contributing to an increasingly transparent European plastic industry. The Certificate is granted by the Plastic Sense Foundation, who recognizes the work of companies such as Evertis, either PET sheet and tray producers, as well as food packers.

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Reduction in environmental pollution and emissions as waste is reused 

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Material for insulation purposes

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High durability

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Easy to store and transport

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Simple and low-cost technique

PLAYING SEVERAL POSITIVE IMPACTS

Despite that multilayer films are not widely recycled, Evertis demonstrates that films with barrier can be recycled, closing the loop in the PET value chain. This solution is paramount since multilayer films cannot be substituted by monoloyer films as they do not meet the requirements for guaranteeing shelf life and food conservation. Reducing food loss and waste represents 10% of global carbon emissions, avoiding this directly contributes to fighting climate change.

In addition to this, Evertis’ PET multilayer trays use environmentally friendly adhesives, as avoiding non-recyclable adhesives such as polyurethane, permits the delamination process. Using PET also reduces the negative environmental impact since PET is a lightweight material that allows a large quantity of product to be packaged while using a small amount of material.

Evertis’ Tray-to-tray solution is developed under their Circular Economy pledge. Evertis is aware that the fulfillment of their ESG responsibilities is essential to maintain a positive impact and they work towards complying with a sustainability roadmap. In this regard, they develop objectives, programs, and actions to drive sustainable development throughout their sustainability model, based on 5 pillars: Governance, Circular Economy, Innovation, Environment and People.

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More than 14 communities and 128 families participated

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1,725 eco-bricks were recollected

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8,000 USD in vouchers for supermarkets were distributed to the families who participated – a huge relief in COVID times

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110,350 m2 of waste was recycled

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More than 110,350 m2 of constructions will be built

ABOUT US

Evertis, present in the polymers industry since 1959 and pioneers in PET film extrusion, is a specialist in the production of barrier films for food packaging, and other packaging applications. With a wide variety of tailor-made solutions in their portfolio, Evertis focuses on supplying films that ensure product safety whilst closing the loop. Evertis envisions a future with increased utilisation of recycled content in their films, greater recyclability of their products and the lowest feasible carbon footprint.

Being a global business, with manufacturing sites in Portugal, Brazil, Italy and Mexico, Evertis is devoted to playing a role in society’s collective response to the global plastic waste challenge, through recycling education programs as well as jointly working across the value chain to create tangible solutions. Their mission is to develop future-fit packaging that meets the highest expectations of clients and end consumers in terms of food safety, functionality and circularity.

December, 2020

Evertis’ achievement in a recyclable solution for the PET multilayer trays has been recognized by APPE (Associação Portuguesa de Ética Empresarial), and the Portuguese-based group has been awarded for their efforts towards SDG 12 and the Circular Economy.

APEE was founded with the objective of promoting the development of ethics in organizations, with full integration in their management practices and, consequently, in their environment. APEE and the United Nations Global Compact Network Portugal have jointly launched the 15th Edition of Social Responsibility Week, addressing how Portugal can take the next ten years as an opportunity to build a more sustainable future from an economic, social and environmental perspective and settling “2020-2030 as the decade of sustainability”.

Several partners, public-private institutions, and companies actively contributed to a week of in-depth reflection on sustainability, within the scope of the United Nations Agenda 2030. During this week, the association aimed to distinguish organizations from the public and private sectors, with and without profit, for their practices on Social Responsibility and Sustainability.

EVERTIS’ TRAY TO TRAY SOLUTION

Evertis’ tray-to-tray solution gives post-industrial and post-consumer multilayer packaging another life. This development proves that a circular economy for trays is a reality.

Evertis partnered with the Plastic Sense Foundation, permits incorporating recycled PET, obtained from a delamination processes of multilayer waste, and reintroduced as secondary raw material in their film production processes.

Thanks to this, Evertis supports the European Plastics Strategy, which establishes that 10 million recycled tons can be incorporated into new products in the European Union market in 2025.

Evertis Ibérica is certified under the ECOSENSE Certificate obtained in July 2019, contributing to an increasingly transparent European plastic industry. The Certificate is granted by the Plastic Sense Foundation, who recognizes the work of companies such as Evertis, either PET sheet and tray producers, as well as food packers.

PLAYING SEVERAL POSITIVE IMPACTS

Despite that multilayer films are not widely recycled, Evertis demonstrates that films with barrier can be recycled, closing the loop in the PET value chain. This solution is paramount since multilayer films cannot be substituted by monoloyer films as they do not meet the requirements for guaranteeing shelf life and food conservation. Reducing food loss and waste represents 10% of global carbon emissions, avoiding this directly contributes to fighting climate change.

In addition to this, Evertis’ PET multilayer trays use environmentally friendly adhesives, as avoiding non-recyclable adhesives such as polyurethane, permits the delamination process. Using PET also reduces the negative environmental impact since PET is a lightweight material that allows a large quantity of product to be packaged while using a small amount of material.

Evertis’ Tray-to-tray solution is developed under their Circular Economy pledge. Evertis is aware that the fulfillment of their ESG responsibilities is essential to maintain a positive impact and they work towards complying with a sustainability roadmap. In this regard, they develop objectives, programs, and actions to drive sustainable development throughout their sustainability model, based on 5 pillars: Governance, Circular Economy, Innovation, Environment and People.

ABOUT US

Evertis, present in the polymers industry since 1959 and pioneers in PET film extrusion, is a specialist in the production of barrier films for food packaging, and other packaging applications. With a wide variety of tailor-made solutions in their portfolio, Evertis focuses on supplying films that ensure product safety whilst closing the loop. Evertis envisions a future with increased utilisation of recycled content in their films, greater recyclability of their products and the lowest feasible carbon footprint.

Being a global business, with manufacturing sites in Portugal, Brazil, Italy and Mexico, Evertis is devoted to playing a role in society’s collective response to the global plastic waste challenge, through recycling education programs as well as jointly working across the value chain to create tangible solutions. Their mission is to develop future-fit packaging that meets the highest expectations of clients and end consumers in terms of food safety, functionality and circularity.

December, 2020

Evertis’ achievement in a recyclable solution for the PET multilayer trays has been recognized by APPE (Associação Portuguesa de Ética Empresarial), and the Portuguese-based group has been awarded for their efforts towards SDG 12 and the Circular Economy.

APEE was founded with the objective of promoting the development of ethics in organizations, with full integration in their management practices and, consequently, in their environment. APEE and the United Nations Global Compact Network Portugal have jointly launched the 15th Edition of Social Responsibility Week, addressing how Portugal can take the next ten years as an opportunity to build a more sustainable future from an economic, social and environmental perspective and settling “2020-2030 as the decade of sustainability”.

Several partners, public-private institutions, and companies actively contributed to a week of in-depth reflection on sustainability, within the scope of the United Nations Agenda 2030. During this week, the association aimed to distinguish organizations from the public and private sectors, with and without profit, for their practices on Social Responsibility and Sustainability.

EVERTIS’ TRAY TO TRAY SOLUTION

Evertis’ tray-to-tray solution gives post-industrial and post-consumer multilayer packaging another life. This development proves that a circular economy for trays is a reality.

Evertis partnered with the Plastic Sense Foundation, permits incorporating recycled PET, obtained from a delamination processes of multilayer waste, and reintroduced as secondary raw material in their film production processes.

Thanks to this, Evertis supports the European Plastics Strategy, which establishes that 10 million recycled tons can be incorporated into new products in the European Union market in 2025.

Evertis Ibérica is certified under the ECOSENSE Certificate obtained in July 2019, contributing to an increasingly transparent European plastic industry. The Certificate is granted by the Plastic Sense Foundation, who recognizes the work of companies such as Evertis, either PET sheet and tray producers, as well as food packers.

ABOUT US

Evertis, present in the polymers industry since 1959 and pioneers in PET film extrusion, is a specialist in the production of barrier films for food packaging, and other packaging applications. With a wide variety of tailor-made solutions in their portfolio, Evertis focuses on supplying films that ensure product safety whilst closing the loop. Evertis envisions a future with increased utilisation of recycled content in their films, greater recyclability of their products and the lowest feasible carbon footprint.

Being a global business, with manufacturing sites in Portugal, Brazil, Italy and Mexico, Evertis is devoted to playing a role in society’s collective response to the global plastic waste challenge, through recycling education programs as well as jointly working across the value chain to create tangible solutions. Their mission is to develop future-fit packaging that meets the highest expectations of clients and end consumers in terms of food safety, functionality and circularity.

December, 2020

Evertis’ achievement in a recyclable solution for the PET multilayer trays has been recognized by APPE (Associação Portuguesa de Ética Empresarial), and the Portuguese-based group has been awarded for their efforts towards SDG 12 and the Circular Economy.

APEE was founded with the objective of promoting the development of ethics in organizations, with full integration in their management practices and, consequently, in their environment. APEE and the United Nations Global Compact Network Portugal have jointly launched the 15th Edition of Social Responsibility Week, addressing how Portugal can take the next ten years as an opportunity to build a more sustainable future from an economic, social and environmental perspective and settling “2020-2030 as the decade of sustainability”.

Several partners, public-private institutions, and companies actively contributed to a week of in-depth reflection on sustainability, within the scope of the United Nations Agenda 2030. During this week, the association aimed to distinguish organizations from the public and private sectors, with and without profit, for their practices on Social Responsibility and Sustainability.

EVERTIS’ TRAY TO TRAY SOLUTION

Evertis’ tray-to-tray solution gives post-industrial and post-consumer multilayer packaging another life. This development proves that a circular economy for trays is a reality.

Evertis partnered with the Plastic Sense Foundation, permits incorporating recycled PET, obtained from a delamination processes of multilayer waste, and reintroduced as secondary raw material in their film production processes.

Thanks to this, Evertis supports the European Plastics Strategy, which establishes that 10 million recycled tons can be incorporated into new products in the European Union market in 2025.

Evertis Ibérica is certified under the ECOSENSE Certificate obtained in July 2019, contributing to an increasingly transparent European plastic industry. The Certificate is granted by the Plastic Sense Foundation, who recognizes the work of companies such as Evertis, either PET sheet and tray producers, as well as food packers.

EVERTIS’ TRAY-TO-TRAY SOLUTION IS DEVELOPED UNDER THEIR CIRCULAR ECONOMY PLEDGE

PLAYING SEVERAL POSITIVE IMPACTS

Despite that multilayer films are not widely recycled, Evertis demonstrates that films with barrier can be recycled, closing the loop in the PET value chain. This solution is paramount since multilayer films cannot be substituted by monoloyer films as they do not meet the requirements for guaranteeing shelf life and food conservation. Reducing food loss and waste represents 10% of global carbon emissions, avoiding this directly contributes to fighting climate change.

In addition to this, Evertis’ PET multilayer trays use environmentally friendly adhesives, as avoiding non-recyclable adhesives such as polyurethane, permits the delamination process. Using PET also reduces the negative environmental impact since PET is a lightweight material that allows a large quantity of product to be packaged while using a small amount of material.

Evertis’ Tray-to-tray solution is developed under their Circular Economy pledge. Evertis is aware that the fulfillment of their ESG responsibilities is essential to maintain a positive impact and they work towards complying with a sustainability roadmap. In this regard, they develop objectives, programs, and actions to drive sustainable development throughout their sustainability model, based on 5 pillars: Governance, Circular Economy, Innovation, Environment and People.

ABOUT US

Evertis, present in the polymers industry since 1959 and pioneers in PET film extrusion, is a specialist in the production of barrier films for food packaging, and other packaging applications. With a wide variety of tailor-made solutions in their portfolio, Evertis focuses on supplying films that ensure product safety whilst closing the loop. Evertis envisions a future with increased utilisation of recycled content in their films, greater recyclability of their products and the lowest feasible carbon footprint.

Being a global business, with manufacturing sites in Portugal, Brazil, Italy and Mexico, Evertis is devoted to playing a role in society’s collective response to the global plastic waste challenge, through recycling education programs as well as jointly working across the value chain to create tangible solutions. Their mission is to develop future-fit packaging that meets the highest expectations of clients and end consumers in terms of food safety, functionality and circularity.

December, 2020

Evertis’ achievement in a recyclable solution for the PET multilayer trays has been recognized by APPE (Associação Portuguesa de Ética Empresarial), and the Portuguese-based group has been awarded for their efforts towards SDG 12 and the Circular Economy.

APEE was founded with the objective of promoting the development of ethics in organizations, with full integration in their management practices and, consequently, in their environment. APEE and the United Nations Global Compact Network Portugal have jointly launched the 15th Edition of Social Responsibility Week, addressing how Portugal can take the next ten years as an opportunity to build a more sustainable future from an economic, social and environmental perspective and settling “2020-2030 as the decade of sustainability”.

Several partners, public-private institutions, and companies actively contributed to a week of in-depth reflection on sustainability, within the scope of the United Nations Agenda 2030. During this week, the association aimed to distinguish organizations from the public and private sectors, with and without profit, for their practices on Social Responsibility and Sustainability.

EVERTIS’ TRAY TO TRAY SOLUTION

Evertis’ tray-to-tray solution gives post-industrial and post-consumer multilayer packaging another life. This development proves that a circular economy for trays is a reality.

Evertis partnered with the Plastic Sense Foundation, permits incorporating recycled PET, obtained from a delamination processes of multilayer waste, and reintroduced as secondary raw material in their film production processes.

Thanks to this, Evertis supports the European Plastics Strategy, which establishes that 10 million recycled tons can be incorporated into new products in the European Union market in 2025.

Evertis Ibérica is certified under the ECOSENSE Certificate obtained in July 2019, contributing to an increasingly transparent European plastic industry. The Certificate is granted by the Plastic Sense Foundation, who recognizes the work of companies such as Evertis, either PET sheet and tray producers, as well as food packers.

ABOUT US

Evertis, present in the polymers industry since 1959 and pioneers in PET film extrusion, is a specialist in the production of barrier films for food packaging, and other packaging applications. With a wide variety of tailor-made solutions in their portfolio, Evertis focuses on supplying films that ensure product safety whilst closing the loop. Evertis envisions a future with increased utilisation of recycled content in their films, greater recyclability of their products and the lowest feasible carbon footprint.

Being a global business, with manufacturing sites in Portugal, Brazil, Italy and Mexico, Evertis is devoted to playing a role in society’s collective response to the global plastic waste challenge, through recycling education programs as well as jointly working across the value chain to create tangible solutions. Their mission is to develop future-fit packaging that meets the highest expectations of clients and end consumers in terms of food safety, functionality and circularity.

December, 2020

Evertis’ achievement in a recyclable solution for the PET multilayer trays has been recognized by APPE (Associação Portuguesa de Ética Empresarial), and the Portuguese-based group has been awarded for their efforts towards SDG 12 and the Circular Economy.

APEE was founded with the objective of promoting the development of ethics in organizations, with full integration in their management practices and, consequently, in their environment. APEE and the United Nations Global Compact Network Portugal have jointly launched the 15th Edition of Social Responsibility Week, addressing how Portugal can take the next ten years as an opportunity to build a more sustainable future from an economic, social and environmental perspective and settling “2020-2030 as the decade of sustainability”.

Several partners, public-private institutions, and companies actively contributed to a week of in-depth reflection on sustainability, within the scope of the United Nations Agenda 2030. During this week, the association aimed to distinguish organizations from the public and private sectors, with and without profit, for their practices on Social Responsibility and Sustainability.

EVERTIS’ TRAY TO TRAY SOLUTION

Evertis’ tray-to-tray solution gives post-industrial and post-consumer multilayer packaging another life. This development proves that a circular economy for trays is a reality.

Evertis partnered with the Plastic Sense Foundation, permits incorporating recycled PET, obtained from a delamination processes of multilayer waste, and reintroduced as secondary raw material in their film production processes.

Thanks to this, Evertis supports the European Plastics Strategy, which establishes that 10 million recycled tons can be incorporated into new products in the European Union market in 2025.

Evertis Ibérica is certified under the ECOSENSE Certificate obtained in July 2019, contributing to an increasingly transparent European plastic industry. The Certificate is granted by the Plastic Sense Foundation, who recognizes the work of companies such as Evertis, either PET sheet and tray producers, as well as food packers.

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Rationalising the use of energy and natural resources and act on the processes in order to optimise and reduceconsumption.

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Reducing the production of waste by increasing and promoting recycling and recovering material wheneverpossible.

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Ensuring that materials and procedures used don’t present any risk to the health of workers and to the environment.

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Making sure that the use of materials, resources and the incorporation of safe and innovative technologies promoteenvironmental protection and minimise the environmental impacts.

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Coaching and engaging employees to perform in a conscious and responsible manner, for the importance ofeveryone in guaranteeing product safety and for improving environmental performance.

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Implementing good practices in order to comply with applicable legislation and other requirements that will leadto the environmental preservation.

PLAYING SEVERAL POSITIVE IMPACTS

Despite that multilayer films are not widely recycled, Evertis demonstrates that films with barrier can be recycled, closing the loop in the PET value chain. This solution is paramount since multilayer films cannot be substituted by monoloyer films as they do not meet the requirements for guaranteeing shelf life and food conservation. Reducing food loss and waste represents 10% of global carbon emissions, avoiding this directly contributes to fighting climate change.

In addition to this, Evertis’ PET multilayer trays use environmentally friendly adhesives, as avoiding non-recyclable adhesives such as polyurethane, permits the delamination process. Using PET also reduces the negative environmental impact since PET is a lightweight material that allows a large quantity of product to be packaged while using a small amount of material.

Evertis’ Tray-to-tray solution is developed under their Circular Economy pledge. Evertis is aware that the fulfillment of their ESG responsibilities is essential to maintain a positive impact and they work towards complying with a sustainability roadmap. In this regard, they develop objectives, programs, and actions to drive sustainable development throughout their sustainability model, based on 5 pillars: Governance, Circular Economy, Innovation, Environment and People.

ABOUT US

Evertis, present in the polymers industry since 1959 and pioneers in PET film extrusion, is a specialist in the production of barrier films for food packaging, and other packaging applications. With a wide variety of tailor-made solutions in their portfolio, Evertis focuses on supplying films that ensure product safety whilst closing the loop. Evertis envisions a future with increased utilisation of recycled content in their films, greater recyclability of their products and the lowest feasible carbon footprint.

Being a global business, with manufacturing sites in Portugal, Brazil, Italy and Mexico, Evertis is devoted to playing a role in society’s collective response to the global plastic waste challenge, through recycling education programs as well as jointly working across the value chain to create tangible solutions. Their mission is to develop future-fit packaging that meets the highest expectations of clients and end consumers in terms of food safety, functionality and circularity.

December, 2020

Evertis’ achievement in a recyclable solution for the PET multilayer trays has been recognized by APPE (Associação Portuguesa de Ética Empresarial), and the Portuguese-based group has been awarded for their efforts towards SDG 12 and the Circular Economy.

APEE was founded with the objective of promoting the development of ethics in organizations, with full integration in their management practices and, consequently, in their environment. APEE and the United Nations Global Compact Network Portugal have jointly launched the 15th Edition of Social Responsibility Week, addressing how Portugal can take the next ten years as an opportunity to build a more sustainable future from an economic, social and environmental perspective and settling “2020-2030 as the decade of sustainability”.

Several partners, public-private institutions, and companies actively contributed to a week of in-depth reflection on sustainability, within the scope of the United Nations Agenda 2030. During this week, the association aimed to distinguish organizations from the public and private sectors, with and without profit, for their practices on Social Responsibility and Sustainability.

EVERTIS’ TRAY TO TRAY SOLUTION

Evertis’ tray-to-tray solution gives post-industrial and post-consumer multilayer packaging another life. This development proves that a circular economy for trays is a reality.

Evertis partnered with the Plastic Sense Foundation, permits incorporating recycled PET, obtained from a delamination processes of multilayer waste, and reintroduced as secondary raw material in their film production processes.

Thanks to this, Evertis supports the European Plastics Strategy, which establishes that 10 million recycled tons can be incorporated into new products in the European Union market in 2025.

Evertis Ibérica is certified under the ECOSENSE Certificate obtained in July 2019, contributing to an increasingly transparent European plastic industry. The Certificate is granted by the Plastic Sense Foundation, who recognizes the work of companies such as Evertis, either PET sheet and tray producers, as well as food packers.

PLAYING SEVERAL POSITIVE IMPACTS

Despite that multilayer films are not widely recycled, Evertis demonstrates that films with barrier can be recycled, closing the loop in the PET value chain. This solution is paramount since multilayer films cannot be substituted by monoloyer films as they do not meet the requirements for guaranteeing shelf life and food conservation. Reducing food loss and waste represents 10% of global carbon emissions, avoiding this directly contributes to fighting climate change.

In addition to this, Evertis’ PET multilayer trays use environmentally friendly adhesives, as avoiding non-recyclable adhesives such as polyurethane, permits the delamination process. Using PET also reduces the negative environmental impact since PET is a lightweight material that allows a large quantity of product to be packaged while using a small amount of material.

Evertis’ Tray-to-tray solution is developed under their Circular Economy pledge. Evertis is aware that the fulfillment of their ESG responsibilities is essential to maintain a positive impact and they work towards complying with a sustainability roadmap. In this regard, they develop objectives, programs, and actions to drive sustainable development throughout their sustainability model, based on 5 pillars: Governance, Circular Economy, Innovation, Environment and People.

ABOUT US

Evertis, present in the polymers industry since 1959 and pioneers in PET film extrusion, is a specialist in the production of barrier films for food packaging, and other packaging applications. With a wide variety of tailor-made solutions in their portfolio, Evertis focuses on supplying films that ensure product safety whilst closing the loop. Evertis envisions a future with increased utilisation of recycled content in their films, greater recyclability of their products and the lowest feasible carbon footprint.

Being a global business, with manufacturing sites in Portugal, Brazil, Italy and Mexico, Evertis is devoted to playing a role in society’s collective response to the global plastic waste challenge, through recycling education programs as well as jointly working across the value chain to create tangible solutions. Their mission is to develop future-fit packaging that meets the highest expectations of clients and end consumers in terms of food safety, functionality and circularity.

December, 2020

Evertis’ achievement in a recyclable solution for the PET multilayer trays has been recognized by APPE (Associação Portuguesa de Ética Empresarial), and the Portuguese-based group has been awarded for their efforts towards SDG 12 and the Circular Economy.

APEE was founded with the objective of promoting the development of ethics in organizations, with full integration in their management practices and, consequently, in their environment. APEE and the United Nations Global Compact Network Portugal have jointly launched the 15th Edition of Social Responsibility Week, addressing how Portugal can take the next ten years as an opportunity to build a more sustainable future from an economic, social and environmental perspective and settling “2020-2030 as the decade of sustainability”.

Several partners, public-private institutions, and companies actively contributed to a week of in-depth reflection on sustainability, within the scope of the United Nations Agenda 2030. During this week, the association aimed to distinguish organizations from the public and private sectors, with and without profit, for their practices on Social Responsibility and Sustainability.

EVERTIS’ TRAY TO TRAY SOLUTION

Evertis’ tray-to-tray solution gives post-industrial and post-consumer multilayer packaging another life. This development proves that a circular economy for trays is a reality.

Evertis partnered with the Plastic Sense Foundation, permits incorporating recycled PET, obtained from a delamination processes of multilayer waste, and reintroduced as secondary raw material in their film production processes.

Thanks to this, Evertis supports the European Plastics Strategy, which establishes that 10 million recycled tons can be incorporated into new products in the European Union market in 2025.

Evertis Ibérica is certified under the ECOSENSE Certificate obtained in July 2019, contributing to an increasingly transparent European plastic industry. The Certificate is granted by the Plastic Sense Foundation, who recognizes the work of companies such as Evertis, either PET sheet and tray producers, as well as food packers.

PLAYING SEVERAL POSITIVE IMPACTS

Despite that multilayer films are not widely recycled, Evertis demonstrates that films with barrier can be recycled, closing the loop in the PET value chain. This solution is paramount since multilayer films cannot be substituted by monoloyer films as they do not meet the requirements for guaranteeing shelf life and food conservation. Reducing food loss and waste represents 10% of global carbon emissions, avoiding this directly contributes to fighting climate change.

In addition to this, Evertis’ PET multilayer trays use environmentally friendly adhesives, as avoiding non-recyclable adhesives such as polyurethane, permits the delamination process. Using PET also reduces the negative environmental impact since PET is a lightweight material that allows a large quantity of product to be packaged while using a small amount of material.

Evertis’ Tray-to-tray solution is developed under their Circular Economy pledge. Evertis is aware that the fulfillment of their ESG responsibilities is essential to maintain a positive impact and they work towards complying with a sustainability roadmap. In this regard, they develop objectives, programs, and actions to drive sustainable development throughout their sustainability model, based on 5 pillars: Governance, Circular Economy, Innovation, Environment and People.

ABOUT US

Evertis, present in the polymers industry since 1959 and pioneers in PET film extrusion, is a specialist in the production of barrier films for food packaging, and other packaging applications. With a wide variety of tailor-made solutions in their portfolio, Evertis focuses on supplying films that ensure product safety whilst closing the loop. Evertis envisions a future with increased utilisation of recycled content in their films, greater recyclability of their products and the lowest feasible carbon footprint.

Being a global business, with manufacturing sites in Portugal, Brazil, Italy and Mexico, Evertis is devoted to playing a role in society’s collective response to the global plastic waste challenge, through recycling education programs as well as jointly working across the value chain to create tangible solutions. Their mission is to develop future-fit packaging that meets the highest expectations of clients and end consumers in terms of food safety, functionality and circularity.

December, 2020

Evertis’ achievement in a recyclable solution for the PET multilayer trays has been recognized by APPE (Associação Portuguesa de Ética Empresarial), and the Portuguese-based group has been awarded for their efforts towards SDG 12 and the Circular Economy.

APEE was founded with the objective of promoting the development of ethics in organizations, with full integration in their management practices and, consequently, in their environment. APEE and the United Nations Global Compact Network Portugal have jointly launched the 15th Edition of Social Responsibility Week, addressing how Portugal can take the next ten years as an opportunity to build a more sustainable future from an economic, social and environmental perspective and settling “2020-2030 as the decade of sustainability”.

Several partners, public-private institutions, and companies actively contributed to a week of in-depth reflection on sustainability, within the scope of the United Nations Agenda 2030. During this week, the association aimed to distinguish organizations from the public and private sectors, with and without profit, for their practices on Social Responsibility and Sustainability.

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Four partners have collaborated on an industry-leading recycling approach

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Closed-loop economy for PET-based multilayer Green Deal-compliant

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Further collaborations are planned to optimize the process harnessing water-based adhesive technology

EVERTIS’ TRAY TO TRAY SOLUTION

Evertis’ tray-to-tray solution gives post-industrial and post-consumer multilayer packaging another life. This development proves that a circular economy for trays is a reality.

Evertis partnered with the Plastic Sense Foundation, permits incorporating recycled PET, obtained from a delamination processes of multilayer waste, and reintroduced as secondary raw material in their film production processes.

Thanks to this, Evertis supports the European Plastics Strategy, which establishes that 10 million recycled tons can be incorporated into new products in the European Union market in 2025.

Evertis Ibérica is certified under the ECOSENSE Certificate obtained in July 2019, contributing to an increasingly transparent European plastic industry. The Certificate is granted by the Plastic Sense Foundation, who recognizes the work of companies such as Evertis, either PET sheet and tray producers, as well as food packers.

PLAYING SEVERAL POSITIVE IMPACTS

Despite that multilayer films are not widely recycled, Evertis demonstrates that films with barrier can be recycled, closing the loop in the PET value chain. This solution is paramount since multilayer films cannot be substituted by monoloyer films as they do not meet the requirements for guaranteeing shelf life and food conservation. Reducing food loss and waste represents 10% of global carbon emissions, avoiding this directly contributes to fighting climate change.

In addition to this, Evertis’ PET multilayer trays use environmentally friendly adhesives, as avoiding non-recyclable adhesives such as polyurethane, permits the delamination process. Using PET also reduces the negative environmental impact since PET is a lightweight material that allows a large quantity of product to be packaged while using a small amount of material.

Evertis’ Tray-to-tray solution is developed under their Circular Economy pledge. Evertis is aware that the fulfillment of their ESG responsibilities is essential to maintain a positive impact and they work towards complying with a sustainability roadmap. In this regard, they develop objectives, programs, and actions to drive sustainable development throughout their sustainability model, based on 5 pillars: Governance, Circular Economy, Innovation, Environment and People.

ABOUT US

Evertis, present in the polymers industry since 1959 and pioneers in PET film extrusion, is a specialist in the production of barrier films for food packaging, and other packaging applications. With a wide variety of tailor-made solutions in their portfolio, Evertis focuses on supplying films that ensure product safety whilst closing the loop. Evertis envisions a future with increased utilisation of recycled content in their films, greater recyclability of their products and the lowest feasible carbon footprint.

Being a global business, with manufacturing sites in Portugal, Brazil, Italy and Mexico, Evertis is devoted to playing a role in society’s collective response to the global plastic waste challenge, through recycling education programs as well as jointly working across the value chain to create tangible solutions. Their mission is to develop future-fit packaging that meets the highest expectations of clients and end consumers in terms of food safety, functionality and circularity.

December, 2020

Evertis’ achievement in a recyclable solution for the PET multilayer trays has been recognized by APPE (Associação Portuguesa de Ética Empresarial), and the Portuguese-based group has been awarded for their efforts towards SDG 12 and the Circular Economy.

APEE was founded with the objective of promoting the development of ethics in organizations, with full integration in their management practices and, consequently, in their environment. APEE and the United Nations Global Compact Network Portugal have jointly launched the 15th Edition of Social Responsibility Week, addressing how Portugal can take the next ten years as an opportunity to build a more sustainable future from an economic, social and environmental perspective and settling “2020-2030 as the decade of sustainability”.

Several partners, public-private institutions, and companies actively contributed to a week of in-depth reflection on sustainability, within the scope of the United Nations Agenda 2030. During this week, the association aimed to distinguish organizations from the public and private sectors, with and without profit, for their practices on Social Responsibility and Sustainability.

EVERTIS’ TRAY TO TRAY SOLUTION

Evertis’ tray-to-tray solution gives post-industrial and post-consumer multilayer packaging another life. This development proves that a circular economy for trays is a reality.

Evertis partnered with the Plastic Sense Foundation, permits incorporating recycled PET, obtained from a delamination processes of multilayer waste, and reintroduced as secondary raw material in their film production processes.

Thanks to this, Evertis supports the European Plastics Strategy, which establishes that 10 million recycled tons can be incorporated into new products in the European Union market in 2025.

Evertis Ibérica is certified under the ECOSENSE Certificate obtained in July 2019, contributing to an increasingly transparent European plastic industry. The Certificate is granted by the Plastic Sense Foundation, who recognizes the work of companies such as Evertis, either PET sheet and tray producers, as well as food packers.

PLAYING SEVERAL POSITIVE IMPACTS

Despite that multilayer films are not widely recycled, Evertis demonstrates that films with barrier can be recycled, closing the loop in the PET value chain. This solution is paramount since multilayer films cannot be substituted by monoloyer films as they do not meet the requirements for guaranteeing shelf life and food conservation. Reducing food loss and waste represents 10% of global carbon emissions, avoiding this directly contributes to fighting climate change.

In addition to this, Evertis’ PET multilayer trays use environmentally friendly adhesives, as avoiding non-recyclable adhesives such as polyurethane, permits the delamination process. Using PET also reduces the negative environmental impact since PET is a lightweight material that allows a large quantity of product to be packaged while using a small amount of material.

Evertis’ Tray-to-tray solution is developed under their Circular Economy pledge. Evertis is aware that the fulfillment of their ESG responsibilities is essential to maintain a positive impact and they work towards complying with a sustainability roadmap. In this regard, they develop objectives, programs, and actions to drive sustainable development throughout their sustainability model, based on 5 pillars: Governance, Circular Economy, Innovation, Environment and People.

ABOUT US

Evertis, present in the polymers industry since 1959 and pioneers in PET film extrusion, is a specialist in the production of barrier films for food packaging, and other packaging applications. With a wide variety of tailor-made solutions in their portfolio, Evertis focuses on supplying films that ensure product safety whilst closing the loop. Evertis envisions a future with increased utilisation of recycled content in their films, greater recyclability of their products and the lowest feasible carbon footprint.

Being a global business, with manufacturing sites in Portugal, Brazil, Italy and Mexico, Evertis is devoted to playing a role in society’s collective response to the global plastic waste challenge, through recycling education programs as well as jointly working across the value chain to create tangible solutions. Their mission is to develop future-fit packaging that meets the highest expectations of clients and end consumers in terms of food safety, functionality and circularity.

December, 2020

Evertis’ achievement in a recyclable solution for the PET multilayer trays has been recognized by APPE (Associação Portuguesa de Ética Empresarial), and the Portuguese-based group has been awarded for their efforts towards SDG 12 and the Circular Economy.

APEE was founded with the objective of promoting the development of ethics in organizations, with full integration in their management practices and, consequently, in their environment. APEE and the United Nations Global Compact Network Portugal have jointly launched the 15th Edition of Social Responsibility Week, addressing how Portugal can take the next ten years as an opportunity to build a more sustainable future from an economic, social and environmental perspective and settling “2020-2030 as the decade of sustainability”.

Several partners, public-private institutions, and companies actively contributed to a week of in-depth reflection on sustainability, within the scope of the United Nations Agenda 2030. During this week, the association aimed to distinguish organizations from the public and private sectors, with and without profit, for their practices on Social Responsibility and Sustainability.

EVERTIS’ TRAY TO TRAY SOLUTION

Evertis’ tray-to-tray solution gives post-industrial and post-consumer multilayer packaging another life. This development proves that a circular economy for trays is a reality.

Evertis partnered with the Plastic Sense Foundation, permits incorporating recycled PET, obtained from a delamination processes of multilayer waste, and reintroduced as secondary raw material in their film production processes.

Thanks to this, Evertis supports the European Plastics Strategy, which establishes that 10 million recycled tons can be incorporated into new products in the European Union market in 2025.

Evertis Ibérica is certified under the ECOSENSE Certificate obtained in July 2019, contributing to an increasingly transparent European plastic industry. The Certificate is granted by the Plastic Sense Foundation, who recognizes the work of companies such as Evertis, either PET sheet and tray producers, as well as food packers.

PLAYING SEVERAL POSITIVE IMPACTS

Despite that multilayer films are not widely recycled, Evertis demonstrates that films with barrier can be recycled, closing the loop in the PET value chain. This solution is paramount since multilayer films cannot be substituted by monoloyer films as they do not meet the requirements for guaranteeing shelf life and food conservation. Reducing food loss and waste represents 10% of global carbon emissions, avoiding this directly contributes to fighting climate change.

In addition to this, Evertis’ PET multilayer trays use environmentally friendly adhesives, as avoiding non-recyclable adhesives such as polyurethane, permits the delamination process. Using PET also reduces the negative environmental impact since PET is a lightweight material that allows a large quantity of product to be packaged while using a small amount of material.

Evertis’ Tray-to-tray solution is developed under their Circular Economy pledge. Evertis is aware that the fulfillment of their ESG responsibilities is essential to maintain a positive impact and they work towards complying with a sustainability roadmap. In this regard, they develop objectives, programs, and actions to drive sustainable development throughout their sustainability model, based on 5 pillars: Governance, Circular Economy, Innovation, Environment and People.

ABOUT US

Evertis, present in the polymers industry since 1959 and pioneers in PET film extrusion, is a specialist in the production of barrier films for food packaging, and other packaging applications. With a wide variety of tailor-made solutions in their portfolio, Evertis focuses on supplying films that ensure product safety whilst closing the loop. Evertis envisions a future with increased utilisation of recycled content in their films, greater recyclability of their products and the lowest feasible carbon footprint.

Being a global business, with manufacturing sites in Portugal, Brazil, Italy and Mexico, Evertis is devoted to playing a role in society’s collective response to the global plastic waste challenge, through recycling education programs as well as jointly working across the value chain to create tangible solutions. Their mission is to develop future-fit packaging that meets the highest expectations of clients and end consumers in terms of food safety, functionality and circularity.

December, 2020

Evertis’ achievement in a recyclable solution for the PET multilayer trays has been recognized by APPE (Associação Portuguesa de Ética Empresarial), and the Portuguese-based group has been awarded for their efforts towards SDG 12 and the Circular Economy.

APEE was founded with the objective of promoting the development of ethics in organizations, with full integration in their management practices and, consequently, in their environment. APEE and the United Nations Global Compact Network Portugal have jointly launched the 15th Edition of Social Responsibility Week, addressing how Portugal can take the next ten years as an opportunity to build a more sustainable future from an economic, social and environmental perspective and settling “2020-2030 as the decade of sustainability”.

Several partners, public-private institutions, and companies actively contributed to a week of in-depth reflection on sustainability, within the scope of the United Nations Agenda 2030. During this week, the association aimed to distinguish organizations from the public and private sectors, with and without profit, for their practices on Social Responsibility and Sustainability.

EVERTIS’ TRAY TO TRAY SOLUTION

Evertis’ tray-to-tray solution gives post-industrial and post-consumer multilayer packaging another life. This development proves that a circular economy for trays is a reality.

Evertis partnered with the Plastic Sense Foundation, permits incorporating recycled PET, obtained from a delamination processes of multilayer waste, and reintroduced as secondary raw material in their film production processes.

Thanks to this, Evertis supports the European Plastics Strategy, which establishes that 10 million recycled tons can be incorporated into new products in the European Union market in 2025.

Evertis Ibérica is certified under the ECOSENSE Certificate obtained in July 2019, contributing to an increasingly transparent European plastic industry. The Certificate is granted by the Plastic Sense Foundation, who recognizes the work of companies such as Evertis, either PET sheet and tray producers, as well as food packers.

PLAYING SEVERAL POSITIVE IMPACTS

Despite that multilayer films are not widely recycled, Evertis demonstrates that films with barrier can be recycled, closing the loop in the PET value chain. This solution is paramount since multilayer films cannot be substituted by monoloyer films as they do not meet the requirements for guaranteeing shelf life and food conservation. Reducing food loss and waste represents 10% of global carbon emissions, avoiding this directly contributes to fighting climate change.

In addition to this, Evertis’ PET multilayer trays use environmentally friendly adhesives, as avoiding non-recyclable adhesives such as polyurethane, permits the delamination process. Using PET also reduces the negative environmental impact since PET is a lightweight material that allows a large quantity of product to be packaged while using a small amount of material.

Evertis’ Tray-to-tray solution is developed under their Circular Economy pledge. Evertis is aware that the fulfillment of their ESG responsibilities is essential to maintain a positive impact and they work towards complying with a sustainability roadmap. In this regard, they develop objectives, programs, and actions to drive sustainable development throughout their sustainability model, based on 5 pillars: Governance, Circular Economy, Innovation, Environment and People.

ABOUT US

Evertis, present in the polymers industry since 1959 and pioneers in PET film extrusion, is a specialist in the production of barrier films for food packaging, and other packaging applications. With a wide variety of tailor-made solutions in their portfolio, Evertis focuses on supplying films that ensure product safety whilst closing the loop. Evertis envisions a future with increased utilisation of recycled content in their films, greater recyclability of their products and the lowest feasible carbon footprint.

Being a global business, with manufacturing sites in Portugal, Brazil, Italy and Mexico, Evertis is devoted to playing a role in society’s collective response to the global plastic waste challenge, through recycling education programs as well as jointly working across the value chain to create tangible solutions. Their mission is to develop future-fit packaging that meets the highest expectations of clients and end consumers in terms of food safety, functionality and circularity.

December, 2020

Evertis’ achievement in a recyclable solution for the PET multilayer trays has been recognized by APPE (Associação Portuguesa de Ética Empresarial), and the Portuguese-based group has been awarded for their efforts towards SDG 12 and the Circular Economy.

APEE was founded with the objective of promoting the development of ethics in organizations, with full integration in their management practices and, consequently, in their environment. APEE and the United Nations Global Compact Network Portugal have jointly launched the 15th Edition of Social Responsibility Week, addressing how Portugal can take the next ten years as an opportunity to build a more sustainable future from an economic, social and environmental perspective and settling “2020-2030 as the decade of sustainability”.

Several partners, public-private institutions, and companies actively contributed to a week of in-depth reflection on sustainability, within the scope of the United Nations Agenda 2030. During this week, the association aimed to distinguish organizations from the public and private sectors, with and without profit, for their practices on Social Responsibility and Sustainability.

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The traceability of the recycled raw materials involved in the manufacture of the film and the management of plastic waste resulting from the production process.

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The percentage content of recycled plastic incorporated into the film manufactured over a certain period of analysis, in accordance with the EN 15343 standard.

EVERTIS’ TRAY TO TRAY SOLUTION

Evertis’ tray-to-tray solution gives post-industrial and post-consumer multilayer packaging another life. This development proves that a circular economy for trays is a reality.

Evertis partnered with the Plastic Sense Foundation, permits incorporating recycled PET, obtained from a delamination processes of multilayer waste, and reintroduced as secondary raw material in their film production processes.

Thanks to this, Evertis supports the European Plastics Strategy, which establishes that 10 million recycled tons can be incorporated into new products in the European Union market in 2025.

Evertis Ibérica is certified under the ECOSENSE Certificate obtained in July 2019, contributing to an increasingly transparent European plastic industry. The Certificate is granted by the Plastic Sense Foundation, who recognizes the work of companies such as Evertis, either PET sheet and tray producers, as well as food packers.

ABOUT US

Evertis, present in the polymers industry since 1959 and pioneers in PET film extrusion, is a specialist in the production of barrier films for food packaging, and other packaging applications. With a wide variety of tailor-made solutions in their portfolio, Evertis focuses on supplying films that ensure product safety whilst closing the loop. Evertis envisions a future with increased utilisation of recycled content in their films, greater recyclability of their products and the lowest feasible carbon footprint.

Being a global business, with manufacturing sites in Portugal, Brazil, Italy and Mexico, Evertis is devoted to playing a role in society’s collective response to the global plastic waste challenge, through recycling education programs as well as jointly working across the value chain to create tangible solutions. Their mission is to develop future-fit packaging that meets the highest expectations of clients and end consumers in terms of food safety, functionality and circularity.

December, 2020

Evertis’ achievement in a recyclable solution for the PET multilayer trays has been recognized by APPE (Associação Portuguesa de Ética Empresarial), and the Portuguese-based group has been awarded for their efforts towards SDG 12 and the Circular Economy.

APEE was founded with the objective of promoting the development of ethics in organizations, with full integration in their management practices and, consequently, in their environment. APEE and the United Nations Global Compact Network Portugal have jointly launched the 15th Edition of Social Responsibility Week, addressing how Portugal can take the next ten years as an opportunity to build a more sustainable future from an economic, social and environmental perspective and settling “2020-2030 as the decade of sustainability”.

Several partners, public-private institutions, and companies actively contributed to a week of in-depth reflection on sustainability, within the scope of the United Nations Agenda 2030. During this week, the association aimed to distinguish organizations from the public and private sectors, with and without profit, for their practices on Social Responsibility and Sustainability.

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Rationalising the use of energy and natural resources and act on the processes to optimise and reduce consumption.

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Reducing waste production by increasing and promoting the recycling and recovery of materials whenever possible.

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Guaranteeing that the materials and procedures used don’t present any risk to the health of workers and the environment.

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Ensuring that the use of materials, resources and the incorporation of safe and innovative technologies promote environmental protection and minimise environmental impacts.

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Training and involving employees in conscious and responsible action, given the importance of everyone in ensuring product safety and improving environmental performance.

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Implementing good practices in order to comply with applicable legislation and other requirements that lead to environmental preservation.

EVERTIS’ TRAY TO TRAY SOLUTION

Evertis’ tray-to-tray solution gives post-industrial and post-consumer multilayer packaging another life. This development proves that a circular economy for trays is a reality.

Evertis partnered with the Plastic Sense Foundation, permits incorporating recycled PET, obtained from a delamination processes of multilayer waste, and reintroduced as secondary raw material in their film production processes.

Thanks to this, Evertis supports the European Plastics Strategy, which establishes that 10 million recycled tons can be incorporated into new products in the European Union market in 2025.

Evertis Ibérica is certified under the ECOSENSE Certificate obtained in July 2019, contributing to an increasingly transparent European plastic industry. The Certificate is granted by the Plastic Sense Foundation, who recognizes the work of companies such as Evertis, either PET sheet and tray producers, as well as food packers.

ABOUT US

Evertis, present in the polymers industry since 1959 and pioneers in PET film extrusion, is a specialist in the production of barrier films for food packaging, and other packaging applications. With a wide variety of tailor-made solutions in their portfolio, Evertis focuses on supplying films that ensure product safety whilst closing the loop. Evertis envisions a future with increased utilisation of recycled content in their films, greater recyclability of their products and the lowest feasible carbon footprint.

Being a global business, with manufacturing sites in Portugal, Brazil, Italy and Mexico, Evertis is devoted to playing a role in society’s collective response to the global plastic waste challenge, through recycling education programs as well as jointly working across the value chain to create tangible solutions. Their mission is to develop future-fit packaging that meets the highest expectations of clients and end consumers in terms of food safety, functionality and circularity.

December, 2020

Evertis’ achievement in a recyclable solution for the PET multilayer trays has been recognized by APPE (Associação Portuguesa de Ética Empresarial), and the Portuguese-based group has been awarded for their efforts towards SDG 12 and the Circular Economy.

APEE was founded with the objective of promoting the development of ethics in organizations, with full integration in their management practices and, consequently, in their environment. APEE and the United Nations Global Compact Network Portugal have jointly launched the 15th Edition of Social Responsibility Week, addressing how Portugal can take the next ten years as an opportunity to build a more sustainable future from an economic, social and environmental perspective and settling “2020-2030 as the decade of sustainability”.

Several partners, public-private institutions, and companies actively contributed to a week of in-depth reflection on sustainability, within the scope of the United Nations Agenda 2030. During this week, the association aimed to distinguish organizations from the public and private sectors, with and without profit, for their practices on Social Responsibility and Sustainability.

EVERTIS’ TRAY TO TRAY SOLUTION

Evertis’ tray-to-tray solution gives post-industrial and post-consumer multilayer packaging another life. This development proves that a circular economy for trays is a reality.

Evertis partnered with the Plastic Sense Foundation, permits incorporating recycled PET, obtained from a delamination processes of multilayer waste, and reintroduced as secondary raw material in their film production processes.

Thanks to this, Evertis supports the European Plastics Strategy, which establishes that 10 million recycled tons can be incorporated into new products in the European Union market in 2025.

Evertis Ibérica is certified under the ECOSENSE Certificate obtained in July 2019, contributing to an increasingly transparent European plastic industry. The Certificate is granted by the Plastic Sense Foundation, who recognizes the work of companies such as Evertis, either PET sheet and tray producers, as well as food packers.

ABOUT US

Evertis, present in the polymers industry since 1959 and pioneers in PET film extrusion, is a specialist in the production of barrier films for food packaging, and other packaging applications. With a wide variety of tailor-made solutions in their portfolio, Evertis focuses on supplying films that ensure product safety whilst closing the loop. Evertis envisions a future with increased utilisation of recycled content in their films, greater recyclability of their products and the lowest feasible carbon footprint.

Being a global business, with manufacturing sites in Portugal, Brazil, Italy and Mexico, Evertis is devoted to playing a role in society’s collective response to the global plastic waste challenge, through recycling education programs as well as jointly working across the value chain to create tangible solutions. Their mission is to develop future-fit packaging that meets the highest expectations of clients and end consumers in terms of food safety, functionality and circularity.

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Based on annual capacity

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“Baseline report on plastic waste,” UNEP, 2020

December, 2020

Evertis’ achievement in a recyclable solution for the PET multilayer trays has been recognized by APPE (Associação Portuguesa de Ética Empresarial), and the Portuguese-based group has been awarded for their efforts towards SDG 12 and the Circular Economy.

APEE was founded with the objective of promoting the development of ethics in organizations, with full integration in their management practices and, consequently, in their environment. APEE and the United Nations Global Compact Network Portugal have jointly launched the 15th Edition of Social Responsibility Week, addressing how Portugal can take the next ten years as an opportunity to build a more sustainable future from an economic, social and environmental perspective and settling “2020-2030 as the decade of sustainability”.

Several partners, public-private institutions, and companies actively contributed to a week of in-depth reflection on sustainability, within the scope of the United Nations Agenda 2030. During this week, the association aimed to distinguish organizations from the public and private sectors, with and without profit, for their practices on Social Responsibility and Sustainability.

EVERTIS’ TRAY TO TRAY SOLUTION

Evertis’ tray-to-tray solution gives post-industrial and post-consumer multilayer packaging another life. This development proves that a circular economy for trays is a reality.

Evertis partnered with the Plastic Sense Foundation, permits incorporating recycled PET, obtained from a delamination processes of multilayer waste, and reintroduced as secondary raw material in their film production processes.

Thanks to this, Evertis supports the European Plastics Strategy, which establishes that 10 million recycled tons can be incorporated into new products in the European Union market in 2025.

Evertis Ibérica is certified under the ECOSENSE Certificate obtained in July 2019, contributing to an increasingly transparent European plastic industry. The Certificate is granted by the Plastic Sense Foundation, who recognizes the work of companies such as Evertis, either PET sheet and tray producers, as well as food packers.

ABOUT US

Evertis, present in the polymers industry since 1959 and pioneers in PET film extrusion, is a specialist in the production of barrier films for food packaging, and other packaging applications. With a wide variety of tailor-made solutions in their portfolio, Evertis focuses on supplying films that ensure product safety whilst closing the loop. Evertis envisions a future with increased utilisation of recycled content in their films, greater recyclability of their products and the lowest feasible carbon footprint.

Being a global business, with manufacturing sites in Portugal, Brazil, Italy and Mexico, Evertis is devoted to playing a role in society’s collective response to the global plastic waste challenge, through recycling education programs as well as jointly working across the value chain to create tangible solutions. Their mission is to develop future-fit packaging that meets the highest expectations of clients and end consumers in terms of food safety, functionality and circularity.

December, 2020

Evertis’ achievement in a recyclable solution for the PET multilayer trays has been recognized by APPE (Associação Portuguesa de Ética Empresarial), and the Portuguese-based group has been awarded for their efforts towards SDG 12 and the Circular Economy.

APEE was founded with the objective of promoting the development of ethics in organizations, with full integration in their management practices and, consequently, in their environment. APEE and the United Nations Global Compact Network Portugal have jointly launched the 15th Edition of Social Responsibility Week, addressing how Portugal can take the next ten years as an opportunity to build a more sustainable future from an economic, social and environmental perspective and settling “2020-2030 as the decade of sustainability”.

Several partners, public-private institutions, and companies actively contributed to a week of in-depth reflection on sustainability, within the scope of the United Nations Agenda 2030. During this week, the association aimed to distinguish organizations from the public and private sectors, with and without profit, for their practices on Social Responsibility and Sustainability.

EVERTIS’ TRAY TO TRAY SOLUTION

Evertis’ tray-to-tray solution gives post-industrial and post-consumer multilayer packaging another life. This development proves that a circular economy for trays is a reality.

Evertis partnered with the Plastic Sense Foundation, permits incorporating recycled PET, obtained from a delamination processes of multilayer waste, and reintroduced as secondary raw material in their film production processes.

Thanks to this, Evertis supports the European Plastics Strategy, which establishes that 10 million recycled tons can be incorporated into new products in the European Union market in 2025.

Evertis Ibérica is certified under the ECOSENSE Certificate obtained in July 2019, contributing to an increasingly transparent European plastic industry. The Certificate is granted by the Plastic Sense Foundation, who recognizes the work of companies such as Evertis, either PET sheet and tray producers, as well as food packers.

ABOUT US

Evertis, present in the polymers industry since 1959 and pioneers in PET film extrusion, is a specialist in the production of barrier films for food packaging, and other packaging applications. With a wide variety of tailor-made solutions in their portfolio, Evertis focuses on supplying films that ensure product safety whilst closing the loop. Evertis envisions a future with increased utilisation of recycled content in their films, greater recyclability of their products and the lowest feasible carbon footprint.

Being a global business, with manufacturing sites in Portugal, Brazil, Italy and Mexico, Evertis is devoted to playing a role in society’s collective response to the global plastic waste challenge, through recycling education programs as well as jointly working across the value chain to create tangible solutions. Their mission is to develop future-fit packaging that meets the highest expectations of clients and end consumers in terms of food safety, functionality and circularity.

December, 2020

Evertis’ achievement in a recyclable solution for the PET multilayer trays has been recognized by APPE (Associação Portuguesa de Ética Empresarial), and the Portuguese-based group has been awarded for their efforts towards SDG 12 and the Circular Economy.

APEE was founded with the objective of promoting the development of ethics in organizations, with full integration in their management practices and, consequently, in their environment. APEE and the United Nations Global Compact Network Portugal have jointly launched the 15th Edition of Social Responsibility Week, addressing how Portugal can take the next ten years as an opportunity to build a more sustainable future from an economic, social and environmental perspective and settling “2020-2030 as the decade of sustainability”.

Several partners, public-private institutions, and companies actively contributed to a week of in-depth reflection on sustainability, within the scope of the United Nations Agenda 2030. During this week, the association aimed to distinguish organizations from the public and private sectors, with and without profit, for their practices on Social Responsibility and Sustainability.

EVERTIS’ TRAY TO TRAY SOLUTION

Evertis’ tray-to-tray solution gives post-industrial and post-consumer multilayer packaging another life. This development proves that a circular economy for trays is a reality.

Evertis partnered with the Plastic Sense Foundation, permits incorporating recycled PET, obtained from a delamination processes of multilayer waste, and reintroduced as secondary raw material in their film production processes.

Thanks to this, Evertis supports the European Plastics Strategy, which establishes that 10 million recycled tons can be incorporated into new products in the European Union market in 2025.

Evertis Ibérica is certified under the ECOSENSE Certificate obtained in July 2019, contributing to an increasingly transparent European plastic industry. The Certificate is granted by the Plastic Sense Foundation, who recognizes the work of companies such as Evertis, either PET sheet and tray producers, as well as food packers.

ABOUT US

Evertis, present in the polymers industry since 1959 and pioneers in PET film extrusion, is a specialist in the production of barrier films for food packaging, and other packaging applications. With a wide variety of tailor-made solutions in their portfolio, Evertis focuses on supplying films that ensure product safety whilst closing the loop. Evertis envisions a future with increased utilisation of recycled content in their films, greater recyclability of their products and the lowest feasible carbon footprint.

Being a global business, with manufacturing sites in Portugal, Brazil, Italy and Mexico, Evertis is devoted to playing a role in society’s collective response to the global plastic waste challenge, through recycling education programs as well as jointly working across the value chain to create tangible solutions. Their mission is to develop future-fit packaging that meets the highest expectations of clients and end consumers in terms of food safety, functionality and circularity.

December, 2020

Evertis’ achievement in a recyclable solution for the PET multilayer trays has been recognized by APPE (Associação Portuguesa de Ética Empresarial), and the Portuguese-based group has been awarded for their efforts towards SDG 12 and the Circular Economy.

APEE was founded with the objective of promoting the development of ethics in organizations, with full integration in their management practices and, consequently, in their environment. APEE and the United Nations Global Compact Network Portugal have jointly launched the 15th Edition of Social Responsibility Week, addressing how Portugal can take the next ten years as an opportunity to build a more sustainable future from an economic, social and environmental perspective and settling “2020-2030 as the decade of sustainability”.

Several partners, public-private institutions, and companies actively contributed to a week of in-depth reflection on sustainability, within the scope of the United Nations Agenda 2030. During this week, the association aimed to distinguish organizations from the public and private sectors, with and without profit, for their practices on Social Responsibility and Sustainability.

EVERTIS’ TRAY TO TRAY SOLUTION

Evertis’ tray-to-tray solution gives post-industrial and post-consumer multilayer packaging another life. This development proves that a circular economy for trays is a reality.

Evertis partnered with the Plastic Sense Foundation, permits incorporating recycled PET, obtained from a delamination processes of multilayer waste, and reintroduced as secondary raw material in their film production processes.

Thanks to this, Evertis supports the European Plastics Strategy, which establishes that 10 million recycled tons can be incorporated into new products in the European Union market in 2025.

Evertis Ibérica is certified under the ECOSENSE Certificate obtained in July 2019, contributing to an increasingly transparent European plastic industry. The Certificate is granted by the Plastic Sense Foundation, who recognizes the work of companies such as Evertis, either PET sheet and tray producers, as well as food packers.

ABOUT US

Evertis, present in the polymers industry since 1959 and pioneers in PET film extrusion, is a specialist in the production of barrier films for food packaging, and other packaging applications. With a wide variety of tailor-made solutions in their portfolio, Evertis focuses on supplying films that ensure product safety whilst closing the loop. Evertis envisions a future with increased utilisation of recycled content in their films, greater recyclability of their products and the lowest feasible carbon footprint.

Being a global business, with manufacturing sites in Portugal, Brazil, Italy and Mexico, Evertis is devoted to playing a role in society’s collective response to the global plastic waste challenge, through recycling education programs as well as jointly working across the value chain to create tangible solutions. Their mission is to develop future-fit packaging that meets the highest expectations of clients and end consumers in terms of food safety, functionality and circularity.

December, 2020

Evertis’ achievement in a recyclable solution for the PET multilayer trays has been recognized by APPE (Associação Portuguesa de Ética Empresarial), and the Portuguese-based group has been awarded for their efforts towards SDG 12 and the Circular Economy.

APEE was founded with the objective of promoting the development of ethics in organizations, with full integration in their management practices and, consequently, in their environment. APEE and the United Nations Global Compact Network Portugal have jointly launched the 15th Edition of Social Responsibility Week, addressing how Portugal can take the next ten years as an opportunity to build a more sustainable future from an economic, social and environmental perspective and settling “2020-2030 as the decade of sustainability”.

Several partners, public-private institutions, and companies actively contributed to a week of in-depth reflection on sustainability, within the scope of the United Nations Agenda 2030. During this week, the association aimed to distinguish organizations from the public and private sectors, with and without profit, for their practices on Social Responsibility and Sustainability.

EVERTIS’ TRAY TO TRAY SOLUTION

Evertis’ tray-to-tray solution gives post-industrial and post-consumer multilayer packaging another life. This development proves that a circular economy for trays is a reality.

Evertis partnered with the Plastic Sense Foundation, permits incorporating recycled PET, obtained from a delamination processes of multilayer waste, and reintroduced as secondary raw material in their film production processes.

Thanks to this, Evertis supports the European Plastics Strategy, which establishes that 10 million recycled tons can be incorporated into new products in the European Union market in 2025.

Evertis Ibérica is certified under the ECOSENSE Certificate obtained in July 2019, contributing to an increasingly transparent European plastic industry. The Certificate is granted by the Plastic Sense Foundation, who recognizes the work of companies such as Evertis, either PET sheet and tray producers, as well as food packers.

ABOUT US

Evertis, present in the polymers industry since 1959 and pioneers in PET film extrusion, is a specialist in the production of barrier films for food packaging, and other packaging applications. With a wide variety of tailor-made solutions in their portfolio, Evertis focuses on supplying films that ensure product safety whilst closing the loop. Evertis envisions a future with increased utilisation of recycled content in their films, greater recyclability of their products and the lowest feasible carbon footprint.

Being a global business, with manufacturing sites in Portugal, Brazil, Italy and Mexico, Evertis is devoted to playing a role in society’s collective response to the global plastic waste challenge, through recycling education programs as well as jointly working across the value chain to create tangible solutions. Their mission is to develop future-fit packaging that meets the highest expectations of clients and end consumers in terms of food safety, functionality and circularity.