Leader in the Thermoplastic Sector
and Renewable Energy since 1972

We produce Polymer Powders, Polyethylene Bags and Renewable Energy


Poliplast S.p.a. operates in the thermoplastic sector since 1972 producing thermoplastic polymer powders, polyethylene bags and electricity from renewable sources. Several years of experience combined with the innovative spirit that distinguishes the company allow it to offer high quality products to meet the most varied customer needs.


With a solid and at the same time lean and flexible structure, nowadays Poliplast S.p.a. represents an important Italian productive reality in growing expansion both on national and European territory. The plant now stands on an industrial area of approximately 65,000 square meters, of which 25,000 are covered and employs 130 workers.

Our Products


Thermoplastic Powders


Polyethylene bags


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Renewable Energy


Environmental protection is very important for the company, which has decided long ago to invest in the production of electricity from renewable sources through the construction of hydroelectric power plants. The number of power plants has now reached 8 units, and they are managed in full respect of the surrounding nature which is not affected by the production activities. The environmental benefits obtained from the activities of Poliplast S.p.a. in the energy sector can be quantified in 41,000,000 kW per year, equivalent to approximately 22,000 tons of CO2 not released into the atmosphere.

8

Hydroelectric power plants

41 Mln Kw

Energy produced per year

22 k tons

of CO2 not released into the atmosphere.

8

Hydroelectric power plants

41 Mln Kw

Energy produced per year

22 k tons

of CO2 not released into the atmosphere.

Certifications


All Poliplast operating units have acquired the quality system certification according to the UNI EN ISO 9001: 2015 standard. To this is added the UNI EN ISO 14001: 2015 environmental management certification for the operating unit in Via Preda 10. Poliplast S.p.a. is one of the founding members of the Consorzio Autonomo Riciclo Plastica Italia, abbreviated to CARPI, a private law consortium created in Italy by leading companies in the plastic recovery chain.