we’ve created our pallet
with secondary raw materials
from recycled materials
and we’ve reduced environmental impact to a minimum.

A patent for this Italian industrial invention that makes us proud.
A research project that allowed us to reach ambitious goals.

Tetra Pak talks about the Noè project

Recycling post-consumption materials

Secondary raw materials, compliant with the UNI 10667-16 standard, derive from post-consumption processing of poly-bonded materials used in drink packaging such as Tetra Pak®.

The process makes it possible to recover the cellulose component, used to make recycled paper, by separating it from the polyethene and the aluminium, which will be transformed into granules (GranPlast) used to produce pallets.

Recycling post-production materials

An additional load, also of secondary raw materials compliant with the UNI 10667-13 standard, is obtained from recycling composites made with polyester resin and glass fibre. This material is integrated into the post-consumption materials to obtain greater resistance and durability over time.

high performance and sustainability:
the good qualities of our pallets

The pallet made
from recycled post-consumption
and post- production materials
Durable and efficient
for all logistic systems
Smooth platform
and resistant crosspieces
Containment edges
for greater load stability
Particularly suitable
for crates with foldable sides
Equipped with Smart Label traceability tag with TAG RFID, Bar Code EAN128 and Data Matrix
Washable, sanitizable,
Stable tare weight
Recyclable at the end
of its life cycle


Dimensions: 80x120x15 H cm
Composed by the assembly of the platform and the crosspieces.
Weight: 23 kg +/-5%
Main material: recycled heterogeneous plastic materials based on polyolefin from industrial residues and/or post-consumption materials R-POMIX UNI 10667-16.