Sundplast has been ISO 9001 certified since 1995 and ISO 14001 environmentally certified since 1999. This is the result of a long-term and active commitment from both staff and management.
The goal of Sundplast is to only market and deliver products of such quality that they fully comply with specified and agreed conditions while minimizing the environmental impact of the products.
Our customers expect us to deliver quality products at the right price and on time. We do this today by using only quality products from well-known suppliers. But good can always be better, so we are continuously working to improve our quality assurance procedures. Each delivery should be a recommendation for future work.
Sundplast works continuously to improve its environmental work and we take the environment into account in all aspects of our operations. Our commitment to the environment is at the heart of our business and therefore we are constantly working to find new eco-friendly products with a minimum environmental impact. By offering a wide range of eco-friendly products, we also want to inspire our customers to act with the environment in mind.
We offer a wide range of environmentally friendly products and at the same time engage in a dialog with both customers and suppliers to increase environmental awareness.
We hold our suppliers to the same standards as we do ourselves. We therefore choose to work as much as possible with suppliers who have documented environmental systems and who work with environmentally certified products. We maintain a dialog with both customers and suppliers regarding environmental aspects, requirements and environmental thinking. Of course, we comply with all laws and regulations and continuously train our staff in these.
Sundplast is affiliated with FTI.
Förpacknings- och Tidningsinsamlingen (FTI) is responsible for the recycling of packaging and newspapers. The operation is financed by packaging fees paid by companies, thus fulfilling their statutory producer responsibility. FTI is owned by companies that manufacture, sell, fill and recycle packaging and newspapers. A recycling process that consumers in Sweden start by dropping off packaging and newspapers at FTI’s recycling stations or at local collection points so that they can be used as materials for new products.
The activities are based on the government’s regulations on producer responsibility for packaging and newspapers. Producer responsibility is a regulatory framework designed to create an environmentally sustainable society for the future.
The future is a circular society where most of our waste is used as new resources.
The visionary future is a circular society where most of what is currently considered waste is used as some form of new resource. The principle approach adopted by the Parliament in 1993 for this work is to place environmental responsibility on the producer of a product. Producers will be obliged to take care of the goods even after their final use by consumers.
– Restriction of Hazardous Substances
Sundplast complies with the restrictions imposed by
REACH and RoHS
REACH – Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and restriction of CHemicals
REACH (EC/1907/2006) is the European Community regulation on chemicals and their safe use and has been in operation since 2007. REACH is a regulation and thus directly applicable in all EU Member States. It does not need to be incorporated into the national legislation of the Member States.
Any company that manufactures, imports, distributes or uses a substance on its own, in a mixture or in a product is affected by the provisions of REACH. Although the main focus is on substances, there are also some obligations with regard to products. As the obligations depend on the role of a company, it is important to determine whether the company is considered a manufacturer, producer, importer or downstream user according to the terminology of REACH.
RoHS – Restriction of Hazardous Substances
The Directive on the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment 2002/95/EC (commonly known as the Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive, or RoHS) was adopted in February 2003 by the European Union. The RoHS Directive entered into force on July 1, 2006, and must be enforced and implemented in the legislation of each Member State.
STANDARDS AND CERTIFICATES
Sundplast’s products are guaranteed by quality certifications obtained in accordance with the most rigorous international standards in terms of safety. Created from the highest quality plastic materials in accordance with current environmental international standards.
We work closely with industry professionals, helping them to develop their products and ensuring that the products they produce are relevant to market needs. Our customers place high demands on quality and user-friendliness. Therefore, we are actively improving our existing range while investing in the development of new products.
ISO 23907 Europe
BS 7320 United Kingdom
NFX 30-500 France
NFX 30-505 France
TRBA 250 – Germany
Rules and regulations:
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