The circular economy of Jannelli&Volpi and Polygreen

Jannelli&Volpi is partner with the Italian company Polygreen for a circular economy system: GreenWall is born, a new material produced from the wastes of vinyl production for synthetic grass used on sport pitches. 

Jannelli&Volpi has taken the decision to promote a new vision, leading a modern culture that can create value to the people and for the company itself. 

New Sirpi factory in Tribiano becomes active part of the spinneret that guarantees, through a certified and patent process of waste recycling, a circular economy for the wallcoverings industry. 

Following new EU directives, to be respected within July 2020, everybody must improve the recycle of wastes reducing them as much as possible. The choice follows the commitment for a way to work and product with respect for the environment, begun with the opening of the Tribiano’s factory in 2014, in the hearth of the Parco Agricolo Sud of Milan. 

From the partnership between Jannelli&Volpi with Polygreen - first Italian company exclusively dedicated to the production of thermoplastic organic granules - GreenWall is born, a material realized from wastes of vinyl production (with an addiction vegetable base as cellulose fibre) used for synthetic grass surface mainly used on sport pitches. 

A Made in Italy technology based on patented process which produces a great sport performance with a very low environment impact product, with high UV and wear resistance, also a lower consumption of water for irrigation. 



 The thermoplastic granule, named Ecotherm is available in white, emerald green and brown colors, is the surface where the syntetic grass is inserted. The surfaces are approved by FIFA and FIGC under the rules of Lega Nazionale Dilettanti. 

The power and the distinctive value of this project is not only about recycling wallcoverings, but 100% of the material will be recycled at the very end of its life, after being used on the synthetic pitch. There’s no cost for dump release. 

Jannelli&Volpi takes this opportunity to renovate and revolutionize, once again, wallcoverings industry, going forward to a totally new Italian model of circular economy. 


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