Our pillars

Modello Novamont
Sustainable development is a necessity for everyone.
For us it is already a reality

We promote a bioeconomy model based on the efficient use of resources and on territorial regeneration. Starting from the local areas, we set up biorefineries integrated in the territories and dedicated to the production of bioplastics and bioproducts of renewable origins conceived to protect soil and water, by revitalising decommissioned or no longer competitive industrial sites, respecting local specificities and working together with all the players of the whole value chain.

Our model of bioeconomy conceived as territorial regeneration is based on three pillars:
 

Regeneration of decommissioned industrial sites. Biorefineries built starting from disused or no longer competitive production sites and regenerated through world  first technologies and plants. This way we contribute to regenerate industrial and rural areas at risk of abandonment, with positive effects on employment and local economies, while reducing environmental impacts. We preserve virgin land from soil consumption and contribute to the reduction of CO2 emissions through the energy efficiency of the plants and the exploitation of process waste.




Sustainable agricultural value chain. Agricultural value chain integrated in the territories, based on sustainable practices respecting biodiversity and aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems. We make sure that production of our renewable raw materials does not occur in soils with high biodiversity and high carbon reserves. We promote good agricultural practices, such as the use of compost, an organic soil improver that can naturally restore soil fertility. We have established agreements with farmers and their associations, which support us in spreading a culture of sustainability.


Products as solutions. Not simple products, but applications designed to solve specific problems closely related to water and soil quality. Our products are elements of a system with much wider effects than the single product. They are conceived to find a solution to specific environmental, economic and social concerns, such as the management of organic waste, the degradation of agricultural soils and water pollution, creating a virtuous system with cascading benefits for the community.