Oberalp: There is just one mountain we don’t like, the landfill mountain. This is why we work with companies like Lamafer to make sure that the waste produced by our central warehouse is recycled and returned to the system to give a second life to many materials and avoid them being dissipated. We see what is called ‘waste’ as a value, a resource that must be used and not wasted. We choose to work with partners who share the same philosophy and values as ours. To this end we have decided to walk the path together with Lamafer, a concrete, competent company guided by a true respect for Nature and for the environment.
Oberalp - Marta Pellegrino
For us at TechnoAlpin, protection of the environment is important. We have always strived to prevent or reduce to a minimum the production of waste in the production departments and in the warehouse, using and reusing ecological packaging as often as we could. This is not always possible, however, and so we decided to turn to a qualified and competent partner like Lamafer so that it could enhance to the utmost what for us was just scrap but for others could be a resource. Lamafer doesn’t just help us eliminate a ‘problem’, it also helps increase our expertise in this sector by providing us advice and service tailored to our needs.
TechnoAlpin - Susanne Ogriseg
Latterie Vipiteno dairies: Since 2013 we have availed ourselves of the efficient partnership with Lamafer and its complete “waste solution” service. We are very satisfied with their effective communication and precise service. Lamafer has always proven to be available to meet any environment-related requirements, finding operational solutions and providing constant advice. In this manner we are certain we are correctly disposing of the waste we produce, with special focus on sustainability and on corporate business administration.
Latteria Vipiteno - Margareth Messner
For many years now Dyco, a company working in the contract sector and, more specifically, in the design of furnishings and of turn-key projects, has put its trust in Lamafer, specialised in providing various waste disposal services through a complete offer that includes collection, transport recovery and/or disposal. It has a very well organised system proven in many years of experience that results in savings in terms of disposal costs AND environmental protection and frees the customer from any civil or penal liability. Waste management, in fact, is a very important aspect for the community that has a direct impact on our environment and affects our quality of life. This is why the correct management of waste is the first step in the direction of awareness of and responsibility in providing sustainable development.
Dyco - Alessandro Palmitano
For years our mission has been to propose ecological, 100% recycled materials that can in turn be recyclable. To print them, we use solvent-less colours and state of the art technologies with total respect for our environment. A clear and precise choice, often in contrast with those that are the cold rules of economy and of profitability. The world we live in is unique, and each one of us should have the priority of protecting it. We must never forget that it is not ours, it is on loan and we should consider it as and more than a heritage to be left to future generations. These common principles have naturally and spontaneously led to the business relationship with Lamafer. Having the same vision in pursuing a common purpose is at the same time stimulating and reassuring.
“Together for a greener world”.
The non-liability of the producer or holder of the waste sent to recycling is confirmed for the activities coded from R1 to R13 or to disposal for the activities coded from D1 to D12, upon receipt of ...
The transporter may send the 4th copy to the waste producer via certified e-mail (in Italy: PEC). The transporter, however, has the obligation to keep the original document on file for three years or ...
Until new rules regarding the new traceability system currently under study by the Italian Ministry for the Environment are issued, the obligation to keep waste loading/unloading registers remains val...