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    Committed to the environment

    Regupol Australia

    Regupol Australia, the Australasian office and distribution network for BSW GmbH, is committed to sound environmental practice across all of their operations. Through responsible use of resources and application of effective manufacturing practices, the company continues to strive for environmental excellence.

    Material Sourcing

    Rubber products distributed by Regupol in Australia are manufactured in Germany by BSW GmbH, one of the world’s largest users of scrap tyre rubber.

    BSW employs effective environmental processes to reduce the amount of scrap tyre rubber at source; recycle and convert scrap tyre rubber into viable materials and products; re-use scrap rubber, scrap foam, packaging and other process materials recovered from production for waste minimisation; and actively seek out raw materials that are environmentally sound.

    Manufacturing Processes

    BSW has continually improved environmental care in its production facilities and is committed to improving production processes from an environmental perspective.

    In doing so, BSW ensures that: no production waste ends up in landfill by reprocessing all off-cuts and remnants; every production process and product is examined with regard to environmental capabilities, resulting in minimal or zero negative environmental impact; and the impact of company activities on the environment and employees is minimised, by observing all technical and economic guidelines.

    Product Range

    BSW ensures that their Regupol and everroll product ranges are highly sustainable from material composition to manufacturing process. These products come with proven environmental credentials with many from the Regupol and everroll ranges being GECA certified under the GECA 25-2011 V2 Floor Coverings Standard.

    Regupol and everroll product ranges are manufactured from post-consumer and pre-consumer waste components; and proven to have zero ‘Ozone Depletion Potential’ (ODP) and zero ‘Global Warming Potential’ (GWP).

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