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High-Tech for Hygiene & Environment

A CUP CONCEPT of the highest calibre, with dish-washing technology by MEIKO.

Service stations in Frankfurt, Munich and Cologne, as well as our headquarters in Sexau near Freiburg im Breisgau are already equipped with the futuristic M-iQ. In addition, in april, another system of this type will begin operation in Potsdam. more

High-gloss returnable cup printed using the IML photo printing technique

A market first!

A dazzling appearance with returnable cups from CUP CONCEPT

Thanks to an innovative, new technical development in the in-mould labelling process, CUP CONCEPT is now able to supply printed, returnable polypropylene cups with a high-gloss finish.
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Tri-national lifecycle analysis

Returnable cups are kinder to the environment

Returnable cup systems have a far lower impact on the environment than single-use solutions.
This was shown in a comparative lifecycle assessment carried out on behalf of the German, Austrian and Swiss environmental ministries for the UEFA EURO 2008 football tournament.
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HOME, the film

HOME – a film about our endangered planet

Fascinating aerial photographs of our planet.

Film directors Yann Arthus-Bertrand (Earth from Above) and Luc Besson (The Big Blue) show us that earth is the only home we have. They reveal the planet’s fascinating, yet extremely fragile nature. The film is intended to be a wake-up call for all who see it. It aims to illustrate the precarious position of our world, the finite nature of the resources we have left, and the fact that the onus is on us to ensure that our planet remains habitable for future generations.
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Green Goal Legacy Report

Returnable cups as a symbol of a successful environmental concept

Green Goal Legacy Report

Looking back on the 2006 FIFA World Cup in Germany, it is clear to see that, on balance, the returnable cup system was the centrepiece of the tournament’s successful waste concept.
The ‘Green Goal’ environmental concept was unique in that it was the first time measurable environmental targets had been set for a football World Cup. The renowned Institute for Applied Ecology was on hand to provide scientific guidance for the design and realisation of the initiative.
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