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We live in a world of great progress where technologies help us deliver services faster and more efficiently. For many years, the natural environment has been over-exploited due to excessive greed for profit, lack of respect for nature and short-sighted thinking that natural resources are infinite. Now is the time to change that thinking.

LIBRA PARTNERS’ mission is to become a key player in sustainability, a concept that will undoubtedly shape the company’s guidelines in the coming generation. The circular economy is a philosophy of systemic organization inspired by living beings, aiming to change the linear economy (produce, use and dispose) to a circular model, as in nature.

The outdated linear system of our economy (extraction, production, use and disposal) has reached its limits. We are beginning to witness the depletion of a range of natural resources and fossil fuels. Alternatively, the circular economy proposes a new social model that exploits and optimizes the flows of stocks and materials, energy and waste. The goal is to achieve maximum resource efficiency.

The implementation of business processes of the wood industry in the European Union is becoming more and more difficult. The situation of this sector is becoming more and more unknown every year, among others due to unforeseen increases in the prices of wood products, interruption of the regular raw material supply chain caused by the war in Ukraine and mass exports of native wood outside our country.

In addition, the wood industry has a negative impact on the natural environment, in the years 2010-2015 the area of forest areas in the world decreased by 3.3 million hectares. In 2021-2022, the prices of wood products increased on average from 60% to as much as 400%, and the price of a wooden pallet increased by almost 300%. The business cycle in this industry also affects ordinary citizens, due to the high price of wooden pallets, the price of transport is increasing, and this is reflected in the prices of subsequent products. Please refer to the Sustainable Development Goals of the 2030 Agenda, adopted by all 193 UN member states by resolution of the General Assembly on September 25, 2015 in New York.

Selected goals of the sustainable development policy, confirming the compliance of our project with the goals of the 2030 Agenda.

🟢 9.4 By 2030, improve the quality of infrastructure and introduce sustainable industrial development by increasing resource efficiency and using clean and environmentally friendly technologies and production processes, with the participation of all countries to the extent possible.

🟢 12.2 By 2030, ensure sustainable management and efficient use of natural resources.

🟢 12.5 By 2030, significantly reduce waste generation through prevention, reduction, recycling and reuse.

🟢 15.2 By 2020, promote the implementation of sustainable management of all types of forests; stop deforestation, rebuild damaged forests; significantly increase the global rate of afforestation and reforestation.

Over the next 40 years, the world's use of materials such as biomass, fossil fuels, metals and minerals will double, and the amount of waste generated annually will increase by 70%.


Circular economy

Another important aspect that we took into account when inventing a new branch of production at LIBRA PARTNERS is the Circular Economy.
The circular economy (CE) is a concept where raw materials and products remain in the economy for as long as possible, and waste generation and energy use are minimized. Therefore, it is a departure from the principle of “take – produce – use – throw away”, in which waste is often treated as the last stage of the life cycle. The circular economy proposes the use of waste as secondary raw materials. This idea takes into account the entire product life cycle, from its design, through production, consumption, waste collection, to disposal. The general public awareness of the circular economy is dominated by trends related to waste management, such as recycling and recovery. European Commission on 11 March 2020 published the Communication “A New Circular Economy Action Plan for a cleaner and more competitive Europe”.
In the explanatory memorandum, the Commission expressed concern that over the next 40 years, global consumption of materials such as biomass, fossil fuels, metals and minerals would double and the amount of waste generated annually would increase by 70%. It is therefore necessary to extend the scope of the circular economy and the so-called sustainable products


carbon footprint

Replace wooden pallets with ecological LIBRA PARTNERS pallets made of recycled HDPE material! Thanks to simulations and calculations carried out in accordance with the EN 16258:2012 standard for measuring the carbon footprint, we are able to indicate how much the carbon footprint / CO2 emission to the atmosphere will decrease when using LIBRA PARTNERS pallets. The reduction of CO2 emissions to the environment with the use of 33 LIBRA PARTNERS pallets per month is 400 kg
Because by using 33 LIBRA PARTNERS pallets instead of 33 wooden pallets, we reduce CO2 emissions to the atmosphere by 400 kg per month, check how much CO2 emissions your organization can reduce per month:


500 PCS


1.000 PCS

12,120 TONS LESS CO2

2.000 PCS

24,240 TONS LESS CO2

6.000 PCS

60,600 TONS LESS CO2

10.000 PCS

121,120 TONS LESS CO2

Make your company compliant with the Sustainable Development and ESG policy. Prepare your company for non-financial ESG reporting now. Changing pallets from wooden to plastic LIBRA PARTNERS is the simplest solution to significantly reduce CO2 emissions and carbon footprint into the atmosphere

LIBRA PARTNERS, thanks to the production of pallets from recycled HDPE raw material, adheres to the principles of Sustainable Development, Circularity and the 6R Principles.



Product life cycle report

An LCA (Life Cycle Assessment) analysis determines the environmental impact of a product or system throughout its life cycle and identifies the most carbon-intensive stages of the manufacturing process. The steps in an LCA analysis include defining the purpose and scope, life cycle analysis assessing the environmental impact, and interpreting the results.

In August 2023, an analysis of Libra Partners was published by Envirly – a leader in measuring the carbon footprint of products on our palette. We encourage you to read the results presented in this analysis.