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Savare adhesives Sustainability


For us, sustainability means care, protection, and respect. All of our products are designed,manufactured, and distributed to safeguard the environment, people's health, and the trust of our partners. Our adhesives are present in small quantities in finished products, yet they are fundamental elements of their design and make their assembly and use possible.
As a company, we have dedicated ourselves to research and green innovation to create adhesives that are capable of contributing to the reduction of the environmental impact of the supply chains on which we operate.
Climate change and European directives regarding the circular economy are some of the factors that drive us to do more, urging us to be proactive in going beyond mere compliance with production standards.

Over the years, we have identified a threefold action strategy:

Our commitment to sustainable sourcing

90% of the ecological footprint of our products depends on the formulations we use. Therefore, the choice of raw materials is crucial to optimize the Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) of the products and minimize emissions without ever compromising the performance, purity, and safety of our products.

  • We calculate the emission factors of all our products using an LCA model
  • We collaborate with raw material suppliers in the research and development of innovative products
  • We develop zero-impact or negative-impact products through our bio-based formulas that maintain the performance, purity, and safety of our adhesives and hot-melt
  • The concentration of bio-based materials can vary from 50% to 100%
  • We use raw materials sourced from waste streams of other industries instead of common petrochemical monomers
  • We utilize natural resins in formulations ranging from 30% to 60%
  • Our production is certified ISCC Plus

Our commitment to responsible production

We, along with our partners and clients, have clear and ambitious goals aligned with the Green Deal: to reduce carbon emissions by 30% by 2030 and to become a zero-CO2 company by 2050.
Thanks to Safemelt, our unique water-free packaging process, the impact of our production processes is among the lowest in the industry.

  • Allows for 70% less energy usage throughout the packaging process
  • Eliminates exposure to water and potential contamination
  • Patent-protected design
Alongside Safemelt
  • We have established a 1MWh solar energy park enabling us to use 100% green energy
  • We have developed a system to recover packaging materials after delivery to our customers

Our commitment to enabling the eco-design of finished products

Adhesives are present in small quantities in objects and materials to which they are applied, yet they are a crucial enabling element for creating sustainable and natural products. Our adhesives ensure increasingly efficient bonding performance, even on new sustainable substrates, and enable assembly in new product designs.
Therefore, our R&D team applies eco-design principles in a broad perspective that involves and enhances the sustainability strategies of our partners.

  • We create adhesives that enable finished products to be disassembled for material recovery and recycling
  • We produce adhesives for bonding cotton-based, hemp-based, and other natural substrates
  • We produce adhesives suitable for bonding increasingly lighter and delicate substrates
  • We develop high-yield products designed to maximize bonding performance with minimal adhesive usage
  • Our adhesives and hot-melt products are solvent-free
  • We have developed hot-melt adhesives that can be applied at lower temperatures to reduce our customers' energy consumption

Our commitment to the future

Our commitment is a promise we make to future generations. Our R&D team is expanding the range of hot-melt products with increasingly sustainable options. Due to our determination to care for people and the environment, we have achieved, as pioneers in our industry, ISCC certification.

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