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Our ISCC certified solutions

Supporting sustainability and the circular economy

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As part of our commitment to use materials efficiently and reduce CO2 emissions, Mölnlycke are proud to hold certificates from the International Sustainability and Carbon Certification system (ISCC).

As a global sustainability certification system, ISCC covers all sustainable feedstocks, including agricultural and forestry biomass, biogenic wastes, circular materials and renewables. More information is available at www.iscc-system.

The table below details how much renewable and/or circular material each of our products contain, and what method we have used.

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Product code
Description
ISCC certified content
Approach
60054 Universal set, Standard 31% Mass-balance
60800 Adhesive OP-towel, Patched 75 x 90cm 41% Mass-balance
70200 Adhesive OP-towel, Patched 75 x 90cm 41% Mass-balance
60530 OP-towel, 2 ply 75 x 90cm 50% Mass-balance
70772 Adhesive OP-sheet, Patched 175 x 175cm 50% Mass-balance
70773 Adhesive OP-sheet, Patched 150 x 240cm 49% Mass-balance
60500

Adhesive OP-towel
75 x 75

49% Mass-balance
60677 Adhesive OP-towel
90 x 75
46% Mass-balance
60750

Adhesive OP-Sheet 
175 x 175

44% Mass-balance
60761 Adhesive OP-Sheet 
240 x 150
48% Mass-balance
70300 Adhesive OP-towel (non sterile) 90 x 75 46% Mass-balance
70775 Adhesive OP-Sheet (non sterile)
175 x 175
44% Mass-balance
70776 Adhesive OP-Sheet (non sterile) 
240 x 150
44% Mass-balance
70782 Adhesive OP-Sheet (non sterile)
300 x 175
51% Mass-balance
996113 Reinforced Mayo Stand Cover (non sterile) 21% Mass-balance
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Total ISCC certified content​

ISCC certify renewable and circular sources of biological and non-biological material. This can be anything from new material grown using sustainable agriculture, to a waste product of sustainable forestry, or recycled polymers.

For example, BARRIER® drapes utilise polyethylene made from a biological raw material, which is renewable and also a waste product from forestry.

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Mass balance
Mass balance

The mass balance approach is a step-by-step way to move from fossil-based to renewable and circular materials throughout our supply chain.

At each stage, we account for the percentage of non-fossil material that enters the production system. Being able to trace and quantify resources in this way provides a transparent account of our actions as we reduce our environmental impact.

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