landpack scaled

For a biobased
circular economy

We want fossil raw materials to be replaced by renewable residual raw materials wherever possible.

This is what we are committed to: a bio-based circular economy in which what is extracted is returned to nature. An economy that gives priority to locally produced residual raw materials, generating additional
sources of income for farmers. A legal framework that ensures the internalisation of external product costs. A political incentive system to combine economic, environmental and social aspects.
We don't just talk about sustainability. We live it!

Green electricity

Production and administration are covered by 100 % green electricity and 100 % green gas (Scope1+2).


Ecological management

For us, business trips by plane are taboo. Monthly tickets for public transport are reimbursed in full. Only oat milk is served in the office. Rubbish is separated. Organic waste is disposed of in our own compost.



On a 2,000 m² compensatory site we have created a biotope by hand and made our customers godparents of this new habitat for plants and insects.


CO2 monitoring & compensation

We measure our corporate and product carbon footprint and monitor the annual development. Unavoidable emissions are fully offset.


Climate protection through peatlands

Drained peatlands are sources of greenhouse gases. We advocate the rewetting of drained peatlands.


Bioeconomy Council Bavaria

We are politically committed to an economic transformation and a bioeconomy turnaround in the Bavarian Bioeconomy Expert Council.


Unser Beitrag

Five of the Agenda 2030’s 17 sustainability goals form the core of our work:

SDG 8: We enable local smallholder farmers to grow cereals profitably by buying their residuals.

SDG 9: Landpack is a prime example of sustainable industrial innovation. We show how a circular bioeconomy can work and scale sustainably.

SDG 12: With our technology for processing agricultural residues as a substitute for fossil raw materials, we promote sustainable consumption and production processes.

SDG 13: We reduce the demand for fossil raw materials and thus make an indispensable contribution to climate protection.

SDG 15: Our ‘raw material’ straw is not only an agricultural by-product that is neither in competition with land nor with food production. Straw is also available in surplus worldwide. In this way, we protect natural land ecosystems and use only their remains.