ΤΕΧΑΝ – The recycling pioneers
TEXAN has played a leading role in packaging recycling since the 1980s, with the installation, operation and commercial development of state-of-the-art Recycling Centres with automatic high-tech recycling machines.Read more
1st Plant to produce recycling machines
It was with great success and in the presence of the Prime Minister Mr. Kyriakos Mitsotakis and also of the US Ambassador to Greece, Mr. Geoffrey R. Pyatt, the official opening was held on Thursday 5 December 2019 of the ‘Production plant of Rewarding Recycling Machines in Greece’Read more
The 1st worldwide mobile 'Center for Environmental Education and Recycling”
The 1st worldwide mobile "Center for Environmental Education and Recycling” has been developed by the ‘Individual Alternative Packaging Management System’ of AB Vassilopoulos and was approved by the Ministry of Environment and Energy, with a view to instilling pupils environmental awareness and educating the public on sustainable development and circular economy.Read more
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"Congratulations to ENVIPCO, congratulations to TEHAN on your initiative to create this unit here in our home country. In this way we obtain another infrastructure for the dynamic dispersion, the recycling spread. But we also gain a place as a pivotal factor in green innovation, the promotion of new technologies, around the issues of green development"
"Together with the Greek company Texan Environmental Management, Envipco Hellas has been established to assemble these machines in Greece. As a result, Greece will become an important hub both to encourage recycling and for exporting this technology to the wider Balkan region."
‘’I am particularly happy that this investment was made in our Greece so that we can manufacture high technology recycling machines for metal, plastic and glass containers actively contributing to circular economy with state-of-the-art technology and a vision for better environment!’’
Dear Mr. Mourgos,
It was a pleasure meeting you at the Thessaloniki International Fair (T IF) in Greece recently. As I discovered at your exhibit, exporting American green technology to Greece will strengthen U.S.-Greece economic relations and help promote environmental sustainability in southeastern Europe.
While visiting your exhibit with Prime Minister Tsipras, I enjoyed learning about Giannis Antetokounmpo, one of Greece's most famous basketball players in the U.S. National Basketball Association and Recycling Ambassador for your company. Thank you for the kind gift of his autographed Milwaukee Bucks jersey, which I note is appropriately the color "green." I would also like to thank you for your support of the USA Pavilion at TIF and for the positive message that your collaboration sends about the United States as a leader in innovation and creativity.