A conference entitled “Doing Business in Italy” was held at the Krakow Technology Park on December 6. The meeting, organized by the Business in Malopolska Center, was attended by CEO and founder of NewTechLab Silvio Bucci. The conference is a space for companies interested in developing business relations in the Italian market and an opportunity for entrepreneurs to exchange experiences.
– We have been successfully working with Italian companies for several years and developing innovation through joint ventures. As a green technology company, we know how important it is to build relationships with business partners, especially in the Italian market, which is a leading one when it comes to the area of fire protection – said NewTechLab CEO Silvio Bucci.
The conference was opened by Elisabetta Caprino, Managing Director of the Italian Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Poland, and Jozef Gawron, Deputy Marshal of the Malopolska Region. Thanks to the invited speakers, conference participants were able to learn more about the Polish Investment and Trade Agency’s support for Polish entrepreneurs, how to establish a presence on the Italian market and what to pay special attention to in business relations, as well as about shipping and transport in economic cooperation with companies from the Apennine Peninsula.
The event was organized by the Business in Małopolska Center, and the conference was held under the honorary patronage of Witold Kozłowski, Marshal of the Małopolska Region.
What will happen in a few years if we don’t take care of the environment? What will our future be if we continue to think that we can’t do anything alone, and that everything depends on big companies and organizations? Time to act is getting shorter and shorter, so at New Tech Lab we are aware of the importance of protecting the environment and developing green technologies. It’s not just a matter of developing our company, but building a future for the next generations.
We all know the importance of fresh air, clean water and a good climate around us. However, to make it possible, all of us should do our part, no matter who we are or what we do for a living. Our individual responsibility should become mutual and also falls on companies, from the smallest to large corporations.
At New Tech Lab, we take environmental protection very seriously, and base our business on the belief that bringing products back for reuse in a closed-loop economy makes a lot of sense. That’s why we deal with two key activities on a daily basis:
- collection and disposal of firefighting waste,
- production of reprocessed ABC NTL30 fire extinguishing powder.
In all of our activities, we strive to reduce our environmental impact, as evidenced by the green certification obtained for NTL30 regenerated fire extinguishing powder by the Dutch Keurmerk Intituut. This means that our product is fully compliance with the European green deal regulations and then environmentally friendly. Also, all processes for the collection and disposal of firefighting waste are organized in such a way as to support environmental protection.
Starting with ourselves, we are building awareness and space for the development of green technologies. We also undertake cooperation with proven business partners who are guided by similar values as New Tech Lab. At the same time, we welcome all companies, institutions and public entities that have firefighting waste and are looking for a reliable business partner, including for long-term orders. Together we can make our future better and the world around us much more beautiful.
Everything we do at NewTechLab is related to develop green technologies and support our environment. Our goal is to reintroduce fire fighting waste into the market by keeping big standard of quality.
From the very beginning of our business activities, the main scope has been supporting the circular economy model. Therefore, our main activity is the collection and disposal of expired extinguishing waste, as well as the production of reprocessed ABC extinguishing dry powder named NTL30
We dispose fire expired fire extinguishers and extinguishing powder
Since 2019, we have been dealing with the collection and disposal of a wide range of fire extinguishers – ABC powder aggregates, fire extinguishers – Co2 snow aggregates and ABC / BC extinguishing powders. We always apply the key principle of “zero Waste”. Thanks to this, we return to circulation the raw materials that we obtain in the form of waste.
We invite all companies, enterprises, institutions and public units, organizations and individuals to cooperate with us.
Reprocessed extinguishing powder
The advanced technology used in NewTechLab allows us to produce reprocessed ABC extinguishing dry powder, to be reused into fire extinguishers. Our product, NTL30 ABC dry powder, does not contain PHAS and is fully compliant with the EN615 standard. It has also obtained a green certificate of quality from the Dutch Keurmerk Instituut, which confirms that it is a sustainable and ecological product.
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In everything we do, passion and responsibility are important. By producing regenerated NTL 30 extinguishing powder, we care about our environment and planet by supporting the circular economy. As a member of the Waste Management and Recycling Cluster, we work for the development of green technologies in industry.
NewTechLab’s business activity allows for the creation of space for cooperation with entities that operate according to a similar philosophy, based on respect for the natural environment and the development of green technologies. An important aspect is also the extensive support for the circular economy, which allows the use of already available resources and their return to economic and business circulation.
The most important direction is the development of our main product, which is the first reprocessed and certified ABC extinguishing powder named NTL 30. It does not contain PHAS and is fully compliant with the EN615 standard. NTL30 has been certified as a green and sustainable product by the Dutch Keurmerk Instituut, confirming its ecological character. Reprocessed ABC extinguishing dry powder is made from recovered extinguishing waste and is a very good example of how we support the circular economy in our field by using existing resources!
In addition to technological development and the implementation of further green solutions in our operations, we support the development of the circular economy by participating in domestic and foreign events aimed at exchanging experiences and developing innovation in business.
NewTechLab is also a member of the Waste Management and Recycling Cluster, which brings together over 200 companies from the waste industry in Poland. For all these entities, an important element of operation and cooperation is the use of planet-friendly technologies and processes. Subsequent meetings and events organized by the Waste Management and Recycling Cluster confirm that it is extremely important to support and develop innovation focused on the circular economy. The last event attended in Warsaw by representatives of NewTechLab was the Polish Circular Forum (June 2023), during which, among other things, systemic solutions supporting companies and institutions implementing the assumptions of the circular economy were discussed.
It is also worth noting that by developing its business activities, NewTechLab is part of the European Green Deal, which aims to reduce emissions, achieve the goal of climate neutrality, and fight climate change. In this way, we set an example to other companies why it is worth taking responsibility for our common future by protecting the natural environment around us.
On June 6-7, the Polish Circular Forum was held in Warsaw, which is an important space for discussion and exchange of experience in the field of circular economy, and at the same time an important area for companies dealing with professional waste management. Therefore, the event could not miss the NewTechLab company, represented by its president Silvio Bucci.
– We want and we are everywhere where important topics regarding the circular economy, recycling, waste management, as well as the important principle of “Zero Waste” are discussed. That is why we accepted the invitation from the Waste Management and Recycling Cluster to participate in the Polish Circular Forum with great enthusiasm – says Silvio Bucci, president of NewTechLab.
– Our participation in this event is also an important voice when it comes to companies dealing with the disposal of firefighting waste and – like our company – the production of regenerated extinguishing powder. We believe that thanks to such meetings, we become part of green changes and part of important decisions leading to a circular economy – adds Silvio Bucci.
The Polish Circular Forum was divided into a panel part and a workshop part. During thematic discussions, invited guests, waste management specialists and representatives of the regional authorities of Mazovia, explained the most important issues regarding the circular economy. This part of the event was attended by: Adam Jarubas, Member of the Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety, Member of the European Parliament, Anna Szajkowska, DG Environment, European Commission, Dorota Napierska, Specialist for Consumption and Free Production Policy from toxic substances, Zero Waste Europe, Umberto Credali, Plastics Europe Polska, Katarzyna Byczkowska, President of the Management Board of BASF Polska, Agnieszka Zdanowicz and Katarzyna Błachowicz, Vice President of the Management Board of the Waste Management and Recycling Cluster.
In the workshop part, representatives of companies participating in the Polish Circular Economy addressed the most important topics in the broadly understood area of circular economy, developing specific conclusions and recommendations to support companies and institutions implementing the idea of a circular economy. The NewTechLab company took part in the workshop on the topic “Circular strategies of sustainable development”. The meeting was hosted by Piotr Nejman from Circular Poland.
As a member of the Waste Management and Recycling Cluster, NewTechLab also participated in the meeting of the Cluster Council, and was represented by its president, Silvio Bucci. It was an opportunity to approve development directions and activities for the near future in the area of promoting the idea of a circular economy.