Taking action for the environment and
sustainable development is a commitment for Gemalto and its customers. Working on ways to minimize the environmental impact of our products from initial design, production then disposal at the end of the product life cycle implies :
- paying close attention to their chemical content (hazardous substances list sent to our suppliers, additional investigations like toxicity analyses at key stages…)
- anticipating and complying with regulations throughout the supply chain.
In addition to the Eco Card, our
packaging solutions are also evolving to include new material from Bio sources. The entire issuance chain has been re-visited to make use of recyclable material, optimize energy consumption and minimize the impact on the environment.
In the summer of 2011 Gemalto introduced our new
DIAMs module, which requires less metal to produce, further reducing the environmental impact of the manufacturing process.
First bio-sourced payment cards in Germany
Creating eco-friendly products
RBI charts innovative course
Austria’s leading banking group Raiffeisen has rolled out biosourced payment cards for its Austrian cardholders. The Visa-branded EMV cards are from Gemalto’s Clarista range of payment solutions, and will offer special-edition prepaid cards to end users as part of the Raiffeisen Climate Protection Initiative.
In the first phase of the project, the Raiffeisen Visa biosourced cards will be available as preloaded cards with a prepaid balance. They will be supplied with Gemalto’s customized EcoPack – a packaging made from recycled material.
The biosourced card – based on the latest state-of-the-art product technology – offers a solution with full security and functionality, which fits perfectly with Raiffeisen’s values, particularly its Climate Protection Initiative.
Read the press release
Find out how the new
Eco Card with an
innovative card body made of Bio materials will help you to develop your Green offering without compromising both the quality and the design of the card.