Circular360 becomes colourful: Plant pots from Pöppelmann TEKU® close the material cycle - now in all trend colours
Lohne, December 2020 – Closed material cycle becomes standard - with this, Pöppelmann TEKU® is now setting new standards. The inline range, consisting of many successful plant pot series, is now available in all trend colours in the resource-saving Circular360 version.
Plant pots in all colours - now much more resource-friendly
Pöppelmann TEKU® can also be colourful! The specialist for products for commercial horticulture now has the inline plant pot range in an incomparable colour palette as a recyclable alternative in the category Circular360 in its programme - so that really nothing more speaks against saving resources. For many popular series and sizes, customers can choose between Circular blue / grey, Circular tone / grey, Circular taupe / grey, Circular blackberry / grey, Circular pink / grey, Circular green / grey, Circular red / grey, Circular lavender / grey, Circular white / grey, Circular orange / grey and Circular yellow / grey.
The Pöppelmann Effect: Real Circular Economy with Circular360
The resource-saving plant pots of the Circular360 category were developed within the framework of the PÖPPELMANN blue® initiative, which bundles all activities of the Pöppelmann Group for a closed material cycle. The articles are manufactured, with the addition of colour and additives, from 100 percent PCR HW, i.e. post-consumer recycling material from the yellow bin, the yellow bag or other household-related recyclable material collections. After use, they are 100 percent recyclable - thus closing the material cycle. All products in the Circular360 category can be printed well and are certified several times: The certificate of the institute cyclos-HTP confirms that TEKU® plant pots are 100 percent recyclable in the dual system and comparable systems. In addition, they carry the Blue Angel eco-label for the use of recycled plastic and the RAL quality label, which guarantees that they are manufactured from recycled materials obtained from the Yellow Bag or Yellow Bin collections.