0kWh/m³
Is the requi­red ener­gy for the pro­duc­tion of one Land­box® com­pa­red to ca. 1,000 kWh/m³ for a com­pa­ra­ble expan­ded poly­sty­re­ne box.
0 mil­li­on ton­nes
of cere­al straw in Ger­ma­ny could be used else­whe­re without eco­lo­gi­cal dis­ad­van­ta­ges.
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65 % of the licen­sing cos­ts pur­suant to the Pack­a­ging Act can be saved with the Land­box® com­pa­red to a respec­ti­ve built-up expan­ded poly­sty­re­ne box.

Our Landbox®

  • Climate-neutral production along the entire production process

  • Minimal primary energy consumption

  • Pure straw, no additives, hygienic, strictly monitored

  • Straw from regional contractors

  • Cost-saving disposal through use of natural materials

  • Use of agricultural side product

We do not only speak of eco­lo­gy, we live for it – in all pro­ces­ses, even whe­re it can­not be seen, such as in the pro­duc­tion pro­cess. Our Land­box® is pro­du­ced in a cli­ma­te-neu­tral way with hydroelectric power. Our 80 kW solar ener­gy plant is ano­t­her envi­ron­ment­al­ly friend­ly con­tri­bu­ti­on.

Land­pack® straw comes from regio­nal con­trac­tors. This mini­mi­ses trans­port ways and crea­tes an addi­tio­nal reve­nue stream for far­mers. Land­pack moni­tors the cere­als from sowing to har­ve­s­ting to ensu­re the hig­hest qua­li­ty.

The Land­box® can be dis­po­sed ent­i­re­ly through bio was­te, but it can also be put into resi­du­al was­te or used for pets or in the gar­den. In any case, the dri­ve to the tip is saved. The licen­sing of the Land­box accord­ing to the pack­a­ging act cos­ts just 1/3 of a com­pa­ra­ble built-up expan­ded poly­sty­re­ne box.

While expan­ded poly­sty­re­ne is based on oil, straw is an agri­cul­tu­ral side pro­duct, which accounts for almost half of the ent­i­re mass during cere­als har­vest. Thus, it is abundant. Hence, straw is not com­pe­ting with food pro­duc­tion such as starch. The use of this resour­ce as a sub­sti­tu­te for oil con­tri­bu­tes to resour­ce effi­ci­en­cy.

Our Landbox® Hemp

  • Exemplary ecological record: hemp recycles significantly more carbon dioxide during sowing, harvest, and processing than the process produces

  • Hemp grows up to 4 cm per day

  • Without fertilizer or pesticides

  • Hemp also improves soil fertility