The governing principle of Veneto Vetro is the sustainable development.

Carry out the present, with a watchful eye to the future.

The sustainable development is about the product itself, with an ecology that is extended to environment and people. The target is to satisfy today’s necessities without compromising future generations’ potential.

Glass is an ancient material, 5000 years old.

It is the fusion of several substances with a prevalent silica base, from quartz and sand. It is completely natural, non-polluting and can potentially be recycled forever. Characteristics that place it in the high environmental compatibility materials category.

Sustainability and ecology are strong references to social responsibility. The term sustainable reproduces the image of something sustaining, respecting balance, to be maintained or continued.

Italy is part of the European Green Deal, committed to achieve energy saving targets and respect for the environment. A significant incentive for the use of glass in several areas.

By nature, glass is sustainable, ecological and recyclable.

Veneto Vetro has turned the sustainability and ecology of its product into a tacit pay off, applied to processes too; by recycling 100% of the raw material waste and the ethical, ecological disposal of waste. The R&D sector is also searching for solutions to reduce industrial waste.

Sustainability is not solved solely in the product. It needs ecology extended to the environment and to people.

The company office interprets and bears witness to environmental sustainability as a key value of doing business. Insulation inside and outside the structures, low emission doors and windows, screening systems to limit summer sun rays, without limiting contributions from winter sun, are an example of eco-compatible building.

Collaboration with architectural Studios and Universities leads to fundamental inspirations and contributions for company growth in the development of eco-sustainable projects.

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