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Artekno Ocean Utö cooler boxes contain 15% EPP maritime industry waste

JSP’s Finnish customer, Artekno launch the first range of cooler boxes made from ARPRO 35 Ocean expanded polypropylene (EPP). This is a sustainable choice for cleaner oceans.

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ARPRO pushes boundaries! 

The ShowCase is a condensed summary of the process and design capabilities of the ARPRO technology. It is the perfect tool to trigger the creativity of your engineers or designers.

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Get the ARPRO CO2 Bonus at your factory gate

The world is changing and so are we. Our society and industry demand an increased awareness of the environmental impact on the way we live, act and on the products we consume.


ARPRO - not your conventional EPP

Today, ARPRO is the only Expanded Polypropylene with a certified environmental product declaration (EPD). This EPD helps select materials and optimise the CO2 footprint of your application in Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) modelling and reporting.


Launch of unique Zeppy Speaker made with recyclable ARPRO 

Zeppy Sound Buddy is unlike any other speaker. Zeppy is portable, waterproof, buoyant, lightweight and robust. Zeppy gives you an incomparable sound with the latest technology and an incredible battery life (perfect for off-the-grid adventures). 


From Fishing Net to Particle Foam 

A large part of the plastic waste in the sea comes from the maritime industry. The Danish company Plastix recycles such old fishing nets and ropes. The granulate produced is used by JSP International, among others, to manufacture expanded polypropylene (EPP). 

JSP’s Innovation Centre in Dusseldorf

JSP Opens A New Innovation Centre 

JSP International (JSP), the world's largest manufacturer of expanded polypropylene (EPP), trading as ARPRO, is opening a new Innovation Centre in Düsseldorf for lightweight solutions to reduce CO2 emissions. Innovation is at the heart of our industry and the engine of growth for our customers.

ARPRO 5134 RE made with 25% recycled content

ARPRO expanded polypropylene (EPP) is going full circle 

We are applying a circular economy to provide continued use of resources. JSP uses newly produced material made from recycled EPP to produce its ARPRO 5134 RE with a recycled content of 25%. This not only saves resources but also reduces CO2 emissions by up to 12% compared with virgin material.

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JSP is accelerating sustainability 

JSP, the world’s largest supplier of expanded polypropylene is leading the way for a circular economy with recycled grades of ARPRO and assisting customers to create closed loop recycling system to help meet climate targets.

ARPRO 5134 RE made with 25% recycled content

Circular Economy for Expanded Polypropylene (EPP) 

Automotive Components Made of Packaging – Currently, recyclates are in high demand, including in the automotive industry. Materials producer JSP has developed an expanded polypropylene with 25% recycled content.

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Face shield made from EPP

JSP customer Atermit has begun manufacturing face shields to protect users from COVID-19 using EPP (expanded polypropylene particle) foam: ARPRO, a material more commonly used in cars for occupant and pedestrian safety.

ARPRO 35 Ocean

Polymer foam made from Maritime Industry Waste with 15% recycled content 

Raw material manufacturer JSP is expanding its EPP (expanded polypropylene) particle foam range ARPRO, to include products made with recycled content.