Carlsberg’s new terraces are produced in Portugal from 100% recycled materials and made with ecological resins that are free of phenol, a substance that is harmful to the environment.
26 tons of plastic originating from reprocessed materials were used in total, and recycled for the production of new chairs. These are composed of materials sourced from boxes, bags, or old plastic furniture items, as well as other end-of-life plastics.
In addition to the chairs being 100% recyclable, the tabletops can also be ground up and transformed into wood composites and other agglomerates. The table legs are made of metal, a material which can be reused by several sectors such as the automobile or construction industries.
The new Carlsberg terraces were conceived so as to ensure the recyclability of each element, to promote circular economy and respect for the environment.
Carlsberg gives plastic a new life by transforming it into 1300 new terraces, the equivalent to a seating capacity of 5200. This is one more step in the search for an ever more sustainable beer with a lower environmental impact.