STABULON®, an eco-designed range of anti-slip slipsheets
The Green touch is not a niche, its a profitable and winning value proposal that we propose to share with your.
Greener, but not more expensive! a no-brainer.
Greener, but not less efficient! all our products have the same performance characteristics as the products prior to adopting the approach.
For the greatest number … our products help you whether or not you are sensitive to the environmental arguments or not. They allow you to reduce your costs, reduce your consumption of packaging and reduce your waste.
Visibly green! In order to reinforce our commitment to our planet, we have created an Eco-LOGO, present on all the products of the range which attest to the environmental efforts that we are taking on several phases of our products' life cycle. Thanks to our Eco-logo, you can identify the approach of the eco-designed product and communicate.
Different use! Thanks to us, all products bearing the Eco-logo can be placed directly in the paper bin, thus streamlining the sorting and recovery of your wastes, as the case may be. As for the others, the functional characteristics and how they are used remain unchanged.
What are the OBJECTIVES of our Eco-design approach?
To be at the forefront of INNOVATION, the environmental performance characteristics of our products generate innovations.
To carefully listen to our customers, respond to the increasing awareness of consumers regarding the preservation of the environment.
Why produce 'dirty' when you can produce 'clean? We only have one planet, so let's act.
Our products provide you a service!
Demands change, consumers no longer want to simply be spectators of a deteriorating climate. They feel a sense of commitment through their purchase and the resulting consequences on the environment.
The rules change, the commitment to the environment has been made and is part of a regulatory and fiscal framework, the movement is unavoidable
and the markets are closing to the least environmentally-friendly companies.
The offer changes, companies reduce their environmental footprint, we learn to consume fewer resources, and less energy, to generate less greenhouse gases or waste and to create products that enter the recycling process.
On several phases of the product's life cycle.
We help you increase waste sorting speed and recovery, as required.
What is an eco-design approach?
This involves designing a product that best meets environmental requirements from inception.
The goal is to create a product generating the least possible impact on the environment throughout its life from the outset.
The process often begins with an analysis of the product's life cycle (LCA) … from the cradle to the grave…
This analysis evaluates the overall impact of the product on 14 observation indicators that can be listed in 6 large families that allow to avenues of improvement to be highlighted on the most significant criteria.
Impact on the air: Climate change, Acidification, Destruction of the stratospheric ozone layer.
Impact on the water: Eutrophication, Fresh water ecotoxicity, Photochemical oxidation.
Impact on soils: Eco-terrestrial toxicity, land use.
Impact on resources: Resource depletion.
Impact on man: Human toxicity.
Flow indicators: Non-hazardous waste, Hazardous waste, Consumption of energy resources, Consumption of water resources.
A the forefront of innovation, AFNOR Certification has chosen us as the pilot company for the creation of Standard ISO/TR 14062 outlining the basic principles and strategies in terms of taking account of environmental aspects in the design and development of products.
We successfully passed the evaluation audit in 2009. AFNOR Certification then issued a report and a certification validating CGP's approach.
What are the results of this approach which is part of a continuous improvement process.
The life cycle analysis (LCA) allowed us to highlight the 5 elements having the greatest impact, namely:
- raw materials and particularly paper.
- water consumption.
- electricity and gas consumption.
as well as waste reduction.