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Tritan Renew material contains 50% certified recycled content * and is made using innovative molecular recycling, which recycles difficult-to-recycle plastic waste to create new materials.
Tritan Renew is made using a different type of recycling, molecular recycling, which uses waste plastic as raw material instead of fossil-based resources. This technology breaks down difficult-to-recycle plastic waste into its basic building blocks, allowing for the creation of new, pristine materials.
By replacing traditional fossil-based resources with recycled content, plastic waste is diverted from landfills while reducing greenhouse gas emissions over time.
Tritan Renew offers the same performance, quality, and safety that Smeg is known for, but is made with more environmentally friendly materials.
* The recycled content is achieved through a mass balance allocation process certified by ISCC
Each Smeg Tritan Renew component contains 50% certified recycled content * . Smeg has achieved ISCC Plus Certification, which ensures transparency throughout the molecular recycling and manufacturing process. The ISCC (International Sustainability and Carbon Certification) is a globally recognized certification system for environmentally friendly materials. This certification verifies the traceability of recycled materials using mass balance accounting principles and ensures that high sustainability standards are met.
* Recycled content achieved through a mass balance allocation process certified by ISCC.
Several Smeg products feature Tritan Renew, which is made with 50% certified recycled content *.
Scroll through the images to see how many single-use bottles ** will be recycled to make the Tritan Renew components found in Smeg appliances!
* The recycled content is achieved through a mass balance allocation process certified by ISCC.
** Single-use PET bottle of 500 mL or 16.9 Fl oz and 10.3 g. Bottle weights vary according to various sources and measurements, ranging from 9–11 grams per bottles.