Environmental features of HPL
HPL consists largely of natural cellulose and resins and can be disposed of easily.
HPL is environmentally neutral. From the current perspective, it represents the ideal choice as a surface material and provides a cast-iron guarantee in terms of fulfilling the ecological demands of the future, when environmental conditions will continue to tighten.
HPL is environmentally neutral because:
- due to their features it is a persistent material
- in usage it is virtually free of emissions
- it consists of 70 per cent cellulose and 30 per cent resins
- HPL waste can be reused by being processed in officially approved industrial incineration units
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