Innovation in favour of the environment

Induplast, sensitive to environmental issues and working towards development capable of supporting the ecosystem, aims at creating innovation and a production system that promotes circular economy. An ambitious and impossible goal to achieve alone. To reach the development of true green packaging, there must be a change that involves suppliers, producers, brands and consumers.

We create high quality mono-material packaging and Post-Consumer Recycled (PCR) plastic containers that can be reused in other forms.

Giving a second (or even a third) life to plastic is the way to go to trigger a virtuous circle in the sector economy, thus able to have a positive impact also on the environment.

Sustainable packaging solutions

We develop products with a reduced environmental impact to limit the introduction of new plastic into the ecosystem.

USE OF PCR:much of our packaging can be made with Post-Consumer Recycled plastic polymers (Post-Consumer Resin) certified for use in the cosmetic sector. This sustainable solution allows for substituting virgin with recycled material, thus reducing the CO2 emissions and extending the plastic's life cycle.

MONO-MATERIAL PRODUCTS: the latest generation Induplast stick containers are made entirely of polypropylene (PP), including its internal mechanisms. Such a feature makes them 100% recyclable and ECOCERT/COSMOS certified.

A consolidated process

Important results have been reached thanks to the continuous modernization of the company buildings and systems, so as to reduce consumption and energy requirements, with consequent decrease in pollutants and harmful emissions into the atmosphere.

About 6 thousand square meters of photovoltaic panels and a controlled system of LEDs light up the plant; the latest generation compressors and totally electric presses, assisted by UV LED drying systems, guarantee excellent performance with low consumption; eco-friendly water-based paints are used to decorate products.

Control and reduction in consumption

Constant commitment over time


Consumption 2007


Consumption 2018