Jun 27, 2023

Panasonic in Numbers / Feature Story


Panasonic in Numbers: PALM LOOP

When oil palms are cut down, the trunks are often left to decompose, emitting greenhouse gases. Estimates are that every ton of oil palm waste generates about 1.3 tons of CO2*.
Panasonic has developed a world-first technology that can now turn oil palm trunks into woodboard, which is then used for furniture and building material.
Products made from PALM LOOP™ material contribute to reducing greenhouse gas emissions. By converting what once was waste into something useful, we can contribute to tackling global warming.

*Proforma calculation by SATREPS
 **Panasonic survey as of March 2022

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