The most sustainable systems produced by Proquimia, XOP and ECOCONPACK

The most sustainable systems produced by Proquimia, XOP and ECOCONPACK, confirm their ecological nature also in terms of the generation of greenhouse gas emissions, presenting the smallest carbon footprint among hygiene products on the institutional market.

In late 2013, Proquimia introduced a methodology to measure and report all greenhouse gas emissions with the intention of first pointing out and then reducing the impact on the environment caused by our activity, creating a line of action within the company’s environmental policy.

The first measuring of our products showed that XOP and ECOCONPACK have the lower carbon footprint values, compared to other commonly used products, becoming the most ecological system on the market.

The analyses of the whole life cycle until the final use performed on both systems showed that XOP and ECOCONPACK reduce greenhouse gas emissions by more than 75 % compared to other commonly used systems.

With these results in hand and specifically with the systems XOP and ECOCONPACK, Proquimia remains committed to a sustainable and responsible growth in social and environmental issues, strengthening its leadership in this industry with regard to fight against climate change.

Proquimia Portugal has a new distributor for the livestock sector on the Azore Island

Proquimia Portugal has been working with the new distributor of livestock and food supply, Oliveira Teves since last July, on the Azores Island. His activity initially started on the island of São Miguel, the largest of the nine Portuguese islands, where Oliveira Teves is headquartered. The goal for the coming months is to expand the area of ​​operation to the other islands.

Proquimia Portugal will supply the range of livestock products as well as those conceived for the cleaning of machines and the care of udders.

It is worth highlighting that the livestock industry and the production of milk and dairy products is the most important market on the Azores Island. It is currently the main source of income in this region.