Our air cushions meet all requirements of the ClimatePartner certification

  1. Sustainability
  2. ClimatePartner certified products


We work intensively to reduce the emissions of our products. However, it is not possible to avoid all emissions during production and shipment. Therefore, we work together with ClimatePartner to measure and reduce the carbon footprint. For the remaining CO2 emissions of the AIRplus® Bio Home Compostable and AIRplus® 100% Recycled air cushions, Storopack supports the climate project Rimba Raya. We are currently working on the definition and implementation of ambitious CO2 reduction targets. Therefore, we steadily work on good and sustainable product design and on conscious decision-making such as the procurement of low emission raw materials. The “ClimatePartner certified” label confirms this process. 

Further information can be looked up on the respective Climate ID pages for our products:


  • Certified: we measure and reduce COemissions resulting from the production and shipment of AIRplus® Bio Home Compostable and AIRplus® 100% Recycled
  • Supporting: we participate in impactful climate projects in collaboration with ClimatePartner
  • Dedicated: we support Rimba Raya in Indonesia to restore forests and protect the habitat of wild animals
  • Committed: the ClimatePartner certification and the reduction of the carbon footprint are just one step in the long-term company-wide sustainability strategy
  • Several options: AIRplus® Bio Home Compostable and AIRplus® 100% Recycled air cushions are ClimatePartner certified 

The climate project in Rimba Raya protects the habitat of Indonesia's critically endangered orangutans.

We support Rimba Raya in Indonesia, a project which is dedicated to restoring forests and creating additional habitat for wild animals. Consisting of 64,000 hectares of forest, the Rimba Raya Biodiversity Reserve in southeastern Borneo is home to some of the endangered Borneo orangutans and serves as a buffer zone between palm oil farms and Tanjung Puting National Park. This project reduces greenhouse gas emissions by an average of 3.5 million metric tons of COannuallyand has been verified by the Sustainable Development Verified Impact Standard (SD VISta) and AENOR as a contributor to all 17 of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. Storopack employees will also participate in planting 2,500 trees in Germany. The combination of both projects will protect biodiversity while also involving employees in these efforts.

Photo Copyright: InfiniteEARTH Afforestation, Rimba Raya, Indonesia,