GreenLife GmbH

Products and Services by GreenLife GmbH (33)

The greywater-recycling-systems of GreenLife are configured for the treatment of greywater, i.e. low polluted waste water from personal hygiene (shower, bath tub, hand washbasin). The applied BioMembr...
The greywater-recycling-systems of GreenLife are configured for the treatment of greywater, i.e. low polluted waste water from personal hygiene (shower, bath tub, hand washbasin). The applied BioMembr...
Made of special cold-resistant and recyclable plastic material. Thick-walled, extremely stable and robust with a coated tubular steel frame. These specifications solve the high demands on construction...
Bucket 40 l with narrow border
Bucket 65 l with expanded border
Plastic cans and barrels in high quality and stability are particularly suitable for a secure transport and riskless storage of liquids or all kinds of solids according to international safety and qua...
  • content: 20 l
  • length (mm): 295
  • width (mm): 234
  • height (mm): 397
Underground tank 1,000 litres GET 1.0, Weight: 50 kg
4,200 l, GFT 4.2, 180 kg, incl. sliding dome with cover, 4 connections DN 100
Underground tank 3,300 Liter, GET 3.3, Weight: 150 kg
Bucket with handle 12 l crane transportable

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Address
Sacktannen 1a
19057
Schwerin
Germany
Business Type
Manufacturer
Export Regions
Africa
Europe
Certificates
ISO 9001:2008
Foundation
2003
Management
Friedhelm Neumann

About GreenLife GmbH

This medium-sized company is one of the leading experts on decentralized water management in Europe. The sensible use of natural resources is a top priority for this northern German manufacturer with its extensive range of products, patents and property rights. This family company has specialised in developing, manufacturing and servicing innovative and high-quality water management systems for single and multiple family dwellings, commercial buildings, hotels and offices. GreenLife works closely with architects and planning offices and supports rainwater harvesting as an ecologically and economically sensible alternative across Europe.