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World stars at the WorldStar Awards

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World stars at the WorldStar Awards

At the Australian Institute of Packaging) National Conference in Queensland the Frosch Recyclate Initiative received the WorldStar Packaging Award in the "Household" category for its development of bottles made of 100 percent HDPE recyclates. In 2016 Frosch parent company, Werner & Mertz, together with bottle producer Alpla-Werke Alwin Lehner and the Green Dot, developed the world's first bottle of 100 percent HDPE recyclates from collected waste plastic.  Since then most bottles for those product lines have been converted to rHDPE, that is food grade HDPE bottles. At Frosch we passionately believe that plastic should be re-used.  It is a valuable raw...

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Oops, we've done it again! Winners for 2018!

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Oops, we've done it again! Winners for 2018!
Frosch have been voted Germany's Most Trusted Household Cleaning Brand by The Reader's Digest for the seventeenth year running.

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Germany's Most Trusted Household Cleaner - Again

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Germany's Most Trusted Household Cleaner - Again

The results are in: Frosch have been voted by The Reader's Digest for the sixteenth year running Germany's Most Trusted Household Cleaning Brand. From 2002 to present day, Frosch has held its position as Germany's most trusted household cleaning brand.  A testament to our deeply held ecological values and our focus on reliable cleaning products that work hard to keep the home clean. Put Frosch to the test in your home with our wide range of household cleaning products.  SHOP NOW Want to find out more about Frosch?  See our blog for more information. Other resources: Frosch Eco Values Werner...

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Sustainability gold for Frosch packaging

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Sustainability gold for Frosch packaging

We are very pleased to announce that the German Packaging Gold Award was given to Frosch parent company, Werner & Mertz, in the category "Sustainability" during the FachPack trade fair in Nuremburg. The family-owned company based in Mainz impressed the jury of experts across the board with the world's first plastic bottles made of 100% HDPE recyclates from household recycling, earning a gold classification. "The three solutions deserve attention for the special ways they start trends, answer pressing questions or, as pioneers, head off in completely new directions," said Bettina Horenburg, dvi (German Packaging Institute) board member and head of the German...

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