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Plastic and metal INJECTION molding - tools since 1950

FERONYL integrates the concept of respecting the environment throughout the product life cycle, from the selection of the raw materials up to waste recycling.

Our activities must be conducted in such a way as to use the minimum amount of natural resources as well as minimizing the effects of our production on the environment. The management as well as all of the employees bear responsibility for monitoring respect of this commitment.

We must always be sure to:

- Contribute to a work environment that encourages interest, motivation and personal development while assuring safety at every level.
- In all sectors, optimize materials and energy while improving the recovery of wastes.
- Avoid all pollution by planning the production while minimizing the use of chemical products that can prove harmful for human beings or nature.
- Make sure that the environmental protection laws are respected.





One hears increasing talk of “bioplastic”, a plastic that is derived not from oil but from renewable vegetal raw materials.

The use of bioplastics instead of plastics deriving from hydrocarbons makes it possible to reduce the emissions of greenhouse gases during production. 

Bioplastics sometimes appear in the form of composite materials using reinforcements and/or resins of bacterial or vegetal origin. They are a combination of thermoplastic or thermal-curing resins and reinforcements in the form of powders, fibers, fabrics or non-woven textiles. The production technologies are primarily injection and thermocompression.


We use bioplastics because there is a genuine need for plastics deriving from renewable raw materials that respect the environment and demonstrate an optimal cost/performance equilibrium.