Author: WGP4 SRL

Aticelca, founded in 1967, the Italian association that brings together technicians and experts from the paper industry, offers a method, Aticelca 501/19, which allows you to assess the level of recyclability of paper and cardboard materials and products. A laboratory analysis, which became standard UNI 11743:...

Our offices will be closed from August the 8th until August the 23rd included. On the blue summer evenings, I shall go down the paths, Getting pricked by the corn, crushing the short grass: In a dream I shall feel its coolness on my feet. I shall let the...

AIPE, the Italian Association of Expanded Polystyrene, has decided to support and promote the qualities of EPS (Expanded Polystyrene) with a short movie on YouTube (in Italian language), where a polystyrene ball explains the EPS qualities with an easy speaking, able to capture the interest...

Regarding the COVID-19 emergency, we communicate that there are no suspected or verified cases within our offices and in our production sites: our business is proceeding as usual. All our staff is informed and comply with the guidelines issued by the national and regional Sanitary Prevention...

The world of recycling is enriched with a new experience. In Italy, the city of Verona experiences the recycling of used diapers (baby diapers, sanitary napkins and adult diapers), placing smart bins outside the kindergartens and supermarkets, suitable containers for the separate collection of this...

The IAL Consultants has prepared a report on the use of materials for building insulation in the European market; AIPE, the Italian Association of Expanded Polystyrene, has also collaborated, sending data about the Italian market. The European market has been divided into three areas, Western Europe,...

A group of Greek researchers from the University of Thessaloniki conducted a conservation study that can be obtained using EPS boxes and corrugated cardboard boxes for vegetables, using broccoli, tomatoes and leaves of baby spinach. The EPS boxes have proven to be better than corrugated cardboard...