LEI – Low Environmental Impact – stands for the straightforward description of the Tapì company’s mission. That is, to reduce the impact on the environment, so we can look after our planet.
LEI also conveys the personification of Mother Earth – the one who takes care of the world and teaches us to respect the beautiful environment where we live.
Reducing consumption and waste production helps cut down on materials to be recycled or reused.
Reusing components to breathe new life into them - repurposing for an altogether new use. Doing so means rethinking packaging to make it reusable in its entirety.
Processing and disposing of objects or waste properly, turning them into new raw materials to create new products and packaging. A shared approach to ensure efficient recycling at a global level.
Rethinking materials and packaging to make it reusable in its entirety.
Respecting the environment through the use of natural, sustainable materials, while working to reduce each product’s Carbon Footprint.
These are the values we base our company mission on, helping to improve our planet from an ecological perspective.
For 20 years, we have been committed to providing the most sustainable production methods, supply chains and manufacturing processes through the adoption of renewable energy sources and continuing to invest in research and innovation. Today, we design and produce sustainable closures that have minimal impact on the environment, in line with the green design requirements of our customer’s reference market.
OUR CAPS AND SUSTAINABLE TECHNOLOGIES
NEOS by Tapì is a cutting-edge technology that reduces a product’s carbon footprint, through the use of polymers from renewable sources.
At its heart is the ongoing search for new elements that drive down the use of non-petroleum-based raw materials and come from sustainable sources while offering the same performance levels and suitability for food and drink products.
Neos promotes the use of raw materials from renewable sources and maintains product performance levels and aesthetics: changing the origin of the raw materials, not their effectiveness.