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Open day in images

We opened our doors on Saturday 16 March. We can look back on a great, fun day with around thousand visitors. We showed you live how we create a product from A to Z during our tours. We treated everyone to snacks and drinks afterwards. And children were treated to an animation. More than simply a windbreaknet Our projects were highlighted: festival tents, barn screens, dust curtains, ... You were amazed we were able to create so many things with ‘simply a screen’! We are especially happy that ...

Vervaeke partner in the Maggie Program

Vervaeke has been a partner of the ‘Maggie Program’ for a number of years now. The Maggie program represents a comprehensive approach in providing access to health, education and perspective for displaced and disadvantaged people worldwide, by offering European knowledge of building techniques and innovation. In this role, we create part of the Maggie tent in our plant. The Maggie looks like a tent, can be easily installed and relocated, but has the same quality as a building. A tent will be ...

  • Projects

    The wind is kept away and paper and cardboard no longer blow into the neighbouring street. Our waste is also protected from heavy rainfall, benefiting the disposal process!
  • Projects

    The wind is kept away and paper and cardboard no longer blow into the neighbouring street. Our waste is also protected from heavy rainfall, benefiting the disposal process!
  • Projects

    The birds just stay away, as they know they can’t get in anymore. Unpleasant odours have also been reduced significantly.
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    We've placed fixed windbreak nets at this recycle plant. The wind is kept away and the waste stays in place...

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