Coronet has always been a leader in the search for the optimal mix of technical performances and aesthetic appeal. The new BioVeg line - the result of years of R&D - represents the sustainable incarnation of this concept.
The manufacturing technology developed specifically for these products employs bio-derived raw materials which allow for a lighter environmental impact compared to standard processes.
The LCA (Life-Cycle Analysis) of BioVeg products highlights notable improvements in the following fields: Health, climate change and global warming impact, environmental quality, natural resources depletion.
The GWP (Global Warming Potential) indicates that CO2 emissions are cut by 13%, consequently the BioVeg family carbon footprint is 13% lighter than standard options.
Our new PRM BioVeg material employs less natural resources for its production, most notably the energy consumption from non-renewable Standard material sources is nearly half that of non-BioVeg options (-44%)
CFC emissions, responsible for the thinning of the ozone layer, are 32% lower than the standard process.
Sources Land use estimation for Bioplastics: European Bioplastics (2018), FAO Stats (2014), nova-Institut GmbH (2018), Institute for Bioplastics and Biocomposites (2016) - Comparisons between standard material and BioVeg: Bio Sai (2019)