A very special limited edition of "I'll be back" sunglasses made of recycled plastic from the MGG Polymers plant in Kematen/Ybbs has been developed.
Environmental protection is a top priority at MGG every day. Especially as a pioneer in recycling, the Amstetten-based family-owned company always tries to play a pioneering role when it comes to nature, climate and environmental protection.
Do you know whether your everyday devices – such as mobile phones, televisions, vacuum cleaners, coffee machines – are made of recycled plastic? Don’t worry if you don’t know – you’re not alone! However, this should change quickly.
Setting the course for the leading manufacturer of Post-Consumer Recycled (PCR) plastics. Günther Höggerl and Chris Slijkhuis, long-time division managers of the Müller-Guttenbrunn Group (MGG) will take over the management of MGG Polymers GmbH.
We thank you very much for your visit at our booth at this year´s Plastpol Kielce/Poland 2019
The Fakuma Fair in Friedrichshafen with 1,930 exhibitors from 40 countries on an exhibition space of 85,000 m² gathered in October 2018 to attract a sensational number of visitors of 47,650 from 126 countries.
We thank you very much for your visit at our booth at this year´s Fakuma
As an employee in the laboratory of MGG Polymers, Monika Sommer keeps a constant eye on all materials and their properties. In the MGG relay interview, the Aschbach native tells us which tests are taken every day – and why they are important.
The Müller-Guttenbrunn Group is carrying out more and more transports by rail. This protects the environment and the company budget. New freight wagons are currently being tested with the Rail Cargo Group.
A new legislative proposal at EU level could make the recycling of plastics from Electronic Waste (WEEE) impossible. The Müller-Guttenbrunn Group, like the international associations EERA and EuRIC, is therefore calling for a course correction.
New EERA brochure about WEEE plastics that may contain Brominated Flame Retardants
MGG at the IARC 2018 – Plastics recycling was a major theme
With the integration of MGG Polymers as fully owned subsidiary, the Müller-Guttenbrunn Group decided to integrate the Quality and Environmental Management System of the Austrian MGG companies.
The Müller-Guttenbrunn Group (MGG) will shortly appear uniformly with a new brand image. As a result, all the companies in the group present themselves visually and graphically as one large recycling family in which MBA Polymers Austria will become MGG P
Deputy Governor Stephan Pernkopf visited the headquarters of the Müller-Guttenbrunn Group in Amstetten. Successes and necessary improvements in the recycling sector were discussed.
Rules must be complied with – and since the Müller-Guttenbrunn Group always strives to work in conformity with the law in all the areas of its’ activities, a new software has been installed to support the MGG employees to this extend.
Cornelia Wieser very carefully examines the recycled material at the MGG plant in Metran. She sorts, crushes and analyses large and small parts – and she knows exactly what it it is about with these recycled materials.
‘Fast-Track Notifications’ is the fifth case for the International Green Deal North Sea Resources Roundabout (NSRR).
The Müller-Guttenbrunn Group has been named a National Champion in the Category Environment and Sustainability for Austria in the “European Business Awards”.