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Sustainability at Tubex

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In 2019, tree shelters saved 13 Milion saplings only in the UK

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Manufacturing a tree shelter produces 0.44kg of CO2

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A tree captures 2900kg of CO2 in its lifetime

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Tubex standard tree shelters contain up to 30% of recycled content

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Tubex neeting contains 85% of recycled content

Sustainability Strategy

Our Products Impact

Our standard tree shelters and netting solutions are already manufactured with recycled polymers. Our goal is that by 2022 our tree shelters will be manufactured with up to 100% recycled content.

We are also working to launch a fully compostable solution with no collection required by 2022, as a first step at the end of 2020 we will launch the first range of compostable tree shelters, certified as industrially compostable


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Tubex Collection and Recycling Programme

This year, we launched the Tubex Collection & Recycling Programme. With the creation of the Collection & Recycling Programme we hope to be able to offer a simple and effective solution to close the loop and ensure responsible disposal is within reach for everyone.

The programme is based on the collection of used tree shelters, we will provide dumpy sacks that once full of used tubes will be collected and transferred to a recycling plant, where they will be washed and afterwards recycled into PP pellets. Then the PP pellets will be re-used in Tubex products or other Berry businesses.

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Our Commitment

Continuously engaged partners, and optimised, eco-friendly products

Impact 2025

In 2019, we were proud to announce our sustainability strategy through our Company initiative named Impact 2025

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Sustainable Products & Services

Sustainability is an essential design principal in new product development.

Operation Clean Sweep

Operation Clean Sweep (OCS) is an international program designed to prevent and help keep plastic litter materials out of the marine environment.

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