Environmental responsibility of GRP

The thermosetting resins used in GRP are far stronger and more durable than other plastics: Most GRP products have a lifespan of more than 50 years, Amiblu pipes even last for more than 150 years, which results in the product being considerably better for the environment. At the end of its lifecycle, GRP waste can be shredded and transported to e.g. cement plants to be energetically recycled in a furnace, thus replacing fossil fuels.

GRP pipes are responsible in manufacturing, transport, and installation. They feature a small carbon footprint in productionlow transport costs, and allow for a fast installation and efficient operation. They easily tackle all kinds of challenges such as soil and traffic loads. GRP pipes preserve resources and protect the integrity of networks thanks to their excellent leak-tightness under external and internal pressure, corrosion and abrasion resistanceweather and root infiltration resistance, as well as buckling resistance.

Did you know?

Compared to an open trench construction, 376,734 tons of CO2 were saved by jacking 7 km of Hobas GRP pipes for the wastewater treatment plant Czajka in Warsaw, Poland. This astonishing number equals the yearly emissions of 104,430 cars and was achieved by a combination of beneficial factors: Pipe jacking is an eco-friendlyresource-saving installation method especially suited for dense urban environments, and GRPresponsible material with an exceptionally long service life.

Data

Technical data

Diameter, pressure, stiffness, and so much more… All the technical hard facts you need to plan, lay, and operate our pipelines.

References

Reference database

Over 30,000 projects in over 125 countries in over 60 years: Discover spectacular and technically challenging construction works with Amiblu’s technologies (Flowtite, Hobas, Amiblu, Amiscreen) in our reference database.

Footprint

Our footprint

We aim to have life cycle assessments for all products by end of 2022 and a carbon-neutral pipe production by 2030. We use the resources we have—our business, our voice, and our network—to fight the climate crisis and inspire people around the globe to value water as we should.