in our products
of being useful to society.
This purpose keeps us at the leading edge in terms of efficiency, safety and innovation, and allows us to meet the requirements necessary to earn certification that demonstrates the excellence of our products.
The OK Compost HOME certification system guarantees complete biodegradability according to specific requirements, even in domestic compost.
Our bags are made of biodegradable and compostable material of plant origin. Products made from these materials biodegrade under composting conditions within a maximum of 6 months. The inks used are also biodegradable.
Containers or products bearing the OK Compost Industrial label are guaranteed to be biodegradable in an industrial composting plant. This applies to all components, inks and additives.
The reference point for the certification programme is harmonized standard EN-13432:2000. This means that any product bearing the OK Compost logo complies with the requirements of the European Packaging Directive (94/62/EEC).
Products originating in forests (wood, paper, cork, mushrooms, resins, essences, etc.) that are certified by PEFC guarantee consumers that they are buying products from sustainably managed forests.
Our paper products have this certification, so our customers can help combat illegal logging and promote the main functions played by forest resources, such as contributing to the maintenance of numerous ecosystems and biological diversity, as well as the increasingly recognized social and cultural role that they play.
FSC® certification ensures that products are sourced from well-managed forests that provide environmental, social and economic benefits. This certification verifies that products sold under the FSC® label have met FSC®’s strict standards, from forest to point of sale.
Our printed paper bags and printed food paper bags have this certification.
Bags made with at least 80% post-consumer recycled plastic, with Der Blaue Engel (Blue Angel) certification. This plastic comes from yellow containers and other post-consumer recycling circuits, and is revalued by being turned into raw material by certified recyclers.
Eversia was the first company in Spain to obtain this certification.
Bags manufactured in conventional Polyethylene, under the specifications of UNE 53.942. This standard indicates the minimum and maximum measures and thicknesses that a polyethylene bag must have to be reused at least 15 times, as well as the maximum CO2 emissions and energy consumption resulting from its production.
The evident environmental benefits of this type of certified bag have been endorsed by numerous analyses of their life cycle, compared to that of the alternatives on the market. These analyses scientifically show that reusable polyethylene bags are the packaging with the lowest environmental impact.
Accreditation for plastic bags high in recycled content for the transport of products, in accordance with UNE 53.930-1 and 2 specifications.
This standard includes the specifications to be met by reusable commercial plastic bags high in recycled content, with a thickness equal to or greater than 50 microns, and intended for the transport of products.