Oliv, the only 100% ecological and compostable mask

Mascarillas Béjar's concern since the beginning of the pandemic has been to provide reliable solutions at every step to the urgent needs of an exceptional health situation. Always concerned, at the same time, to meet the objectives of respect for the Environment and the ability to recycle everything necessary in each step of its sanitary textile industry, its trajectory has influenced the preservation of our forests, seas and territories.

In accordance with the 2030 Agenda, pioneering campaigns have thus been carried out in the midst of the health crisis, on the need to collect the masks, not to invade seas, the environment, and sustainable ecosystems. And of course, an internal ecological code of green responsibility was developed that combined the need to use these priority materials with the consequent and necessary recycling of their products.

Avoiding greater evils that, at the end of this pandemic cycle, will not leave serious consequences and consequences for our planet has been a priority.

For this reason, the pioneer company in these long and difficult months has continued to work on R&D, totally focused on the objective of Green Consciousness and a sustainable future, the only way to develop useful prototypes that, in a global world, can be now and in the future viable and sustainable solutions for similar circumstances.

Their concern is to be able, therefore, to offer effective solutions that reconcile the need for a sustainable planet with the protection of all citizens of the same against possibly recurring situations; The pioneer company in the Spanish sanitary textile therefore believes that it is necessary to invest in research to revolutionize effective protection instruments that do not harm the environment with the creation of technologically impeccable models.

After the serious circumstances that have occurred, it is essential to move forward, create and protect together with the planet. That is why Spanish industry needs development formulas like these to avoid infrastructure risks and an effective response to essential challenges, solving the problem of not depending on third countries anymore.