Global Green Europe was founded by a young entrepenour Luis Parodi, national and international sales representative in the plastics sector with five years’ experience working hand in hand and contributing to the growth of several companies.
Global Green Europe aims to create lasting relationships with suppliers and clients, extending the commercial lifespan of plastic to contribute to a more sustainable world. To do this, we bring used plastics “back to life” by turning them into everyday objects, many of which are made of plastic. Our motto is: “Bring plastic back to life”, use it responsibly and recycle.
Since 2015 we have an office in the province of Guangdong, southern China, and we have recently opened a warehouse and an office in Cordoba, Spain.
Nanhai Financial High Tech Zone, Foshan, Guangdong province
LEuropean industries use plastics to make parts on a daily basis. This surplus, cleaner and of higher quality, is given a second chance in other industries. Besides technical or industrial plastics, there is a large number of plastics from human activities which can be reused so long as the polymers are properly sorted and washed. This means less plastic in landfills, on land and sea: our goal is to prevent plastics from becoming waste by contributing to the recycling chain with our devoted work.
What we do
Despite our focus on the Asian markets over the last few years, due to new policies from the Chinese government, new distribution channels have recently arisen not only within Europe, but also in other continents. Africa, South America or the Near East are increasing their need for recycled plastics so as to gain competiveness and manufacture new plastic products for human consumption. Also, they are generating valuable waste for economies demanding more complex plastics, such as EPS, polycarbonate or Nylon.
At Global Green Europe, we offer our expertise in the Iberian market by providing solutions to Spanish companies, whether it is export, import or the domestic market.
You can trust us, not only with plastic commercialisation, but also with the exchange of data for the purpose of materializing a more sustainable world and, above all, a respect for nature.