Re-Match has received an ETV (Environmental Technology Verification) certification, duly supported by the EPA in Denmark - because our product is unique and innovative
ETV is short for Environmental Technology Verification and is a method of defining new environmental technologies. The concept of the Environmental Technology Verification program is to offer a verification procedure to cutting edge environmental technologies that may otherwise find it difficult to establish their environmental added value and process quality. The verification procedure allows for an independent assessment and validation of the manufacturer's claims on the performance and environmental benefits of their technology.
The Re-Match process is an innovative environmental technology and because of the fact that our technology is innovative, there are no existing standards or approvals on the market that can substantiate how the Re-Match technology will benefit the market. However, having achieved the ETV verification we have documentation that the Re-Match technology is eco-efficient and contributes to growth within green economy.
The ETV certification serves as an official document, recognized worldwide, that confirms we in fact do what we claim; turn waste into clean, separated end products.
Re-Match checks and registers all incoming turf waste and each pitch and we issue an End-of-Life certificate to the last owner of the pitch, confirming the actual volume of waste received, the amount of waste processed, and the actual amount of end products generated from the waste.