PackWall as partner of Business Breakfast on ESG

The topic of the November Business Breakfast conference was the perception of a sustainable approach to business and its application in Czech companies. The topic of ESG is an important part of our vision, which is why we became a partner of this meeting, organized by Czech News Center and economic daily e15.

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PackWall panels as part of art installation

The UNDERGROWTH Project, which was presented as part of the Pure Talents competition at the Imm Cologne 2024 trade fair, is a spatial installation inspired by the life cycle of the forest. The combination of wooden columns and recycled PackWall panels in the work represents a cycle in which nothing loses its meaning.

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From unnecessary waste to construction material in demand: PackWall, recycled carton

Waste in the Czech Republic is sorted by more than 70% of the population. But is everything that we throw into individual containers and bins really reusable? The most popular recyclates are definitely beverage cartons, which are mainly used by paper mills in most cases. However, they are usually unable to process all the material contained in tetra packs, especially aluminium and polyethylene. The exception is Flexibau, which can process 100% of carton packaging thanks to its unique know-how.

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Czechs have a patent for building materials from recycled beverage cartons. What did they say in the podcast?

The licence for construction panels from recycled ‘tetra packs’ is sold by Czechs all over the world. In our podcast, we talked about the benefits of building materials that contain nothing but beverage cartons. And it’s not just an alternative to OSB or plasterboard, but also doors or furniture.

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PackWall panels in art – ‘With pleasure’ exhibition in Bayreuth, Germany

PackWall has become a partner of the ‘With pleasure’ exhibition by the Czech artist Pavel Šťastný at the city hall of Bayreuth, Germany.  

This conceptual artist, painter, curator and visionary created works of art from the PackWall panels specifically for this exhibition. The most striking work of the entire exhibition is the huge ‘W… wie Wagner’s Noten’ sculpture inspired by the music and notes of the composer Richard Wagner, whose opera house is in Bayreuth. This sculpture was first erected in front of the city hall in April 2023. Thanks to its popularity, the sculpture is still in Bayreuth, in a new location in front of the Liebesbier cultural centre of the Maisel’s Bier brewery.

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