Morrovalle (Macerata), 13 January 2022 - Finproject, a Versalis (Eni) company, has obtained ISCCPLUS certification at its industrial sites in the Marche and Abruzzo regions for its Bio, Bio-circular and Circular Compounds and Bio, Bio-circular and Circular Plastic Products, produced using sustainable raw materials.
This achievement is an important step towards the goal of offering the market decarbonised and circular products. The availability of sustainable products comes following Finproject’s integration with Versalis (Eni), which in turn has ISCC PLUS certified plants in France (Dunkirk) and Germany (Oberhausen) from which Finproject is supplied with its raw material.
ISCC Plus is part of the ISCC (International Sustainability & Carbon Certification) scheme. This voluntary scheme allows companies along the supply chain to monitor and demonstrate the sustainability of their products through the verification of sustainability, traceability and mass balance requirements.
In 2022, Finproject will extend ISCC Plus certification to its Italian Padanaplast site and plants overseas, demonstrating the strength of its circular economy strategy, focused on an increasing use of sustainable raw materials.
Based for over 57 years in Morrovalle, in the Marche region of Italy, Finproject industrial group, today part of Versalis (Eni), is a vertically integrated organisation whose core business is focused on the production of compounds (mixtures created by dissolving polymer resins with additives and fillers) and foam injection moulding products. It manufactures and markets ultra-lightweight products under the XL EXTRALIGHT® brand name for leading brands in footwear and other industrial sectors, including the spa, safety, automotive and furniture industries. Finproject is headquartered in Morrovalle (MC) where it has been operating for more than 57 years and has 11 production and research facilities across the world (Romania, India, China, Vietnam, Canada, Mexico and 5 in Italy) and three showrooms (USA, Brazil and Turkey). In 2017, it acquired Padanaplast, a pioneering company founded in 1971 and now leader in the production of specialist materials, from the Solvay Group. www.finproject.com