MONTANA-CANS aerosols are proudly produced by their parent company Motip Dupli Group (MDG), one of the largest and most environmentally conscious aerosol manufactures in the world. MDG has been avoiding and eliminating the use of ozone-depleting CFCs since 1975 and was the first company in Europe to voluntarily introduce ozone-friendly propellants. The complete global ban of these propellants occurred later in the 1990s. The formulas to which MONTANA-CANS spray paints are produced, are constantly monitored and focus on the latest findings to reduce the content of physiologically harmful components as far as possible. Such materials are replaced by less harmful alternatives with the same technical characteristics or reduced to concentrations that are not harmful to the user. Since 1981, MDG products have not contained any toxic heavy metals.
Recyclable packaging, tin plate cans and the presence of the “Green Dot” on some products are an important European sign representing further contributions to reducing the environmental impact generally. Using new technologies and materials allows us to constantly reduce waste. For example, in 1995 the introduction of the black safety ring under the nozzle meant to resign the lid for the sprays and to avoid tons of plastics. Special cartons that are used both in-house and re-used externally by our suppliers means a further reduction in cardboard waste.The MDG factory located in Haßmersheim Germany furthered their commitment to the environment by introducing a 9 station Eco Path around their grounds. The path not only gave homes to the many wildlife, flora and fauna species located in the area, but it also acted as a mirror for the environmental impact of the MDG works.