Qualification & Codes


Our High-Tech EPP achieves benefits beyond application requirements

High-Tech EPP (Expanded polypropylene) is highly versatile material used in a growing number of applications, starting at the food industry up to aeronautics. As a high performance engineering material, EPP provides a range of performance benefits for our environment, manufacturer and end-user.

Our raw material manufacturer laboratory tests are accredited according to DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025 by near 100 national and international standards in construction, railway, consumer products, automotive and aeronautics.


Eco-Efficiency Label

  • Completed Eco-Efficiency Analysis according to the methodology described by NSF International (USA).
  • Verification of this modern High-Tech EPP is more Eco-Efficient for the defined customer benefit than other alternatives as result of the analysis.
  • Presentation of a third party evaluation (so-called Peer Review according ISO 14040).


Eco-Efficiency Analysis

The purpose of Eco-Efficiency Analysis is to harmonize economy and ecology. This involves carrying out an overall study of alternative solutions to include a total cost determination and the calculation of ecological impact over the entire life cycle.

The Eco-Efficiency Analysis was most recently validated by NSF International in 2016. The Eco-Efficiency Analysis follows ISO 14040:2006 and 14044:2006 for environmental life cycle assessments. The assessment of life cycle costs and aggregation to an overall Eco-Efficiency is based on ISO 14045:2012.


United Nations Environment Program (UNEP)

ISO 14040 and ISO 14040.2 on LCA (Life Cycle Assessment)

Climate Change, Disaster & Conflicts, Ecosystem Management, Environmental Impact, Chemical & Waste, Resource Efficiency, Environment under Review.


Environmental Product Declaration (EPD)

ISO 14025 and EN 15804



High-Tech EPP is an environmentally friendly material that is 100% recyclable. Manufacturing EPP requires no VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds), chlorofluorocarbon or other compounds that are recognized as most damaging to our environment.