Sustainability at PERMETEX®

From development to disposal, PERMETEX® gives great importance to resource-conserving, ecological and sustainable production. The processed substances are manufactured in such a way that after-treatment of the products is not necessary, so that the general use of the active ingredient is reduced to a minimum. Where possible, PERMETEX® uses recycled materials such as yarns made from 100% recycled PET beverage bottles.

Partner companies are ISO 9001 certified. This ensures, for example, a traceable supply chain through transparency. PERMETEX® is constantly working on an eco-optimization and deliberately refrains from outer packaging and unnecessary print products. The packaging material is recyclable and the products are shipped with DHL GoGreen in a climate friendly manner - efficient, sustainable and safe.

It is important for us and our partners to respect quality and sustainability standards. In order to better understand the certifications, we would like to give you an overview:

Confidence in Textiles Logo
OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 is an independent testing and certification system for textile raw, intermediate and final products of all processing stages. The certificate is a trustworthy standard for the objective assessment of the environmental impact achieved at the site in question.
ISO Logo
The ISO 9001 certification defines a standard of quality management. The overall goal is to optimize the processes, increase the customer satisfaction and the transparency of every company. ISO 9001 is a guarantee for a continuous improvement of the company and the well-being of the employees.
klimaneutral gedruckt Logo
In the natureOffice process for climate-neutral printed products, all CO2 emissions arising directly or indirectly from the pressure are determined and offset by means of the purchase and the mandatory cessation of recognized climate protection certificates - i.e. climate-neutral.
DHL Go Green Logo
DHL GoGreen is a DHL initiative for the CO2-neutral transport of shipments. The CO2 emissions generated by the transport were determined according to ISO 14064 and then offset by DHL's own climate projects in accordance with the Kyoto Protocol objectives and targets.