TEPPFA Launches New Website and New Visual Identity
Dec 17, 2019
Ever since its foundation in 1991, TEPPFA has built up a wealth of information based on research. The view was to become the definitive source of information within Europe on the subject of performance and benefits associated with plastic pipes. In ensuring this information and knowledge is easily available, TEPPFA has now refreshed its website.
Ludo Debever, General Manager:
“Over the past few years the TEPPFA environment has changed dramatically. The marketplace is now more sophisticated in its approach for quality information at the “click of a button” on a range of issues such as environmental sustainability. It is the role of TEPPFA to provide the latest and most relevant information from a wide range of sources. The new website is aimed at reflecting and delivering these changes.”
Sergejs Maslakovs, TEPPFA Communications Manager goes on to say:
“For the design of the website we focused on a powerful, dynamic and professional display of facts and research on plastic pipes. The new website has been developed to optimize the user experience by guiding them to the relevant information as efficiently as possible in a clear and concise format."
The website update includes:
Integration of the various TEPPFA microsites into one
Development of a comprehensive Media & Downloads section featuring such items as Industry Research & Position Papers
Creation of the Sustainability section featuring the topics of Health & Wellbeing, Circular Economy & Responsible Production
Creation of the Benefits of Plastic Pipes section featuring the Benefits, Guide to Materials & Production Processes
Improvement of access to the TEPPFA’s EPD1 calculator and Buried Pipe Design Tool
Facilitation of pledging to the Operation Clean Sweep industry initiative
And much more
As part of the new website site project, TEPPFA has refreshed its branding to reflect the focus and importance of the environment within the pipe industry. Plastic pipe system manufacturers provide a range of solutions that contribute to a better well-being of the people and to a more sustainable planet. The blue shade is aligned with the colour of the United Nations Sustainability Development Goal 6: "Ensure Access to Water and Sanitation for All."
The green and blue rings, and flow lines symbolise the fluid and circular nature and purpose of the TEPPFA system solutions.
1 EPD: Environmental Product Declaration
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