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De Curcuma kamerplant is te herkennen aan de grote extravagante bloemen en de spectaculaire intense kleuren.
we love green

Making the world greener

We are aware of the importance of a greener world and our role in it. We recycle almost everything, generate our own energy and are connected to the geothermal network. In breeding, we focus on more disease resistance, which means that fewer crop protection products are needed.

KP Holland is committed to saving energy and the use of sustainable energy sources.


Saving energy

KP Holland focuses on saving energy and the use of sustainable energy sources. Like the Innovation Lab, our 7 cultivation locations are equipped with LED lighting. We get the necessary heat deep from the earth by means of geothermal heat. Finally, the 1068 solar panels provide for the energy needs during the day.


Recycling & packaging

We reduce and separate our waste and almost all residual flows are processed into new products. We prefer to introduce as little extra plastic as possible into society. Our policy is critical when it comes to packaging: the covers and trays are largely made of recycled material and 100% recyclable. If possible, we omit the packaging or replace it with paper or cardboard.

We reduce and separate our waste and almost all residual flows are processed into new products.
Kalanchoë stek is de basis voor een prachtige kleurrijke plant.
our ambition

Growing sustainably

Our breeding focus is on developing new varieties that are more resistant to diseases and pests. In this way we put both the KP Holland cultivation locations and those of our customers in a position to reduce disease control. In this way we grow together in a sustainable way.

Sustainability Goals

Our ambition: to produce the highest achievable quality Kalanchoe, Spathiphyllum and Curcuma in a fully sustainable way. We want the impact on the environment to be minimized, residual streams to be given a second life and colleagues to flourish at KP Holland.

How do we do this? The following goals are our driving force:

Peat-free mixtures for every crop by 2025

By conducting studies on alternatives of peat in the substrate, to reduce CO2 emissions during the extraction of this product.

Where are we now?
Focus research in our Innovation Lab.

Ability to use 100% circular product packaging by 2025

Current sleeves are often 100% recyclable, but not always made of 100% recycled material. Currently and recycling rates do not exceed above 97%.

Where are we now?
We are preparing step up to fully sustainable sleeves by 2025. In this, however, we are still dependent on product developments and availability.

Our next goal is to identify all residual streams and the extent of their recycling. After that, we wand to set an ambitious target for this as well. 

Full water recirculation by 2027

Capture, clean and reuse the water that is not used by the plant in the cultivation process.

Where are we now?
We capture the rainwater that falls on our greenhouse decks and collect it in our basins. This allows us to supply our plants with the captured rainwater throughout the year.

Chemical-free growing in 2030

By using stronger and more resistant genetics, deploying natural control agents such as predatory mites, improving biodiversity around the greenhouse and a clean working area.

Where are we now?
Introduction of the ‘5S-program’ at cultivation sites, focus research in Innovation Lab.

CO2 emissions to zero by 2040

By investing in using more geothermal and solar power, wind power and hydrogen, we bring down CO2 emissions.

Where are we now?
Connection to Trias geothermal network & use of solar panels at all locations.


Development of our employees

Continue the vitality, talent and training programs and create a good work-life balance.

Where are we now?
Testing employee satisfaction with the employee satisfaction survey and in the progress/results interviews. We offer employees a talent management program and various opportunities to develop themselves with a course or training. There is an annual vitality program, we keep employees informed during the annual employee meeting and a lot is organized by the active party committee for mutual friendliness and collegiality.

taking our responsibility

People & Society

Our company is rooted in the Westland, which is why we annually sponsor local organizations and events that promote well-being and sport.

We consider it very normal to have and create pleasant working conditions. It is perhaps not surprising that family values ​​play a major role in this. This applies to both our permanent employees and temporary workers at all locations in Westland.

This also applies to our cutting company Xclusive in Uganda, where we also provide childcare, medical care and a social fund from which facilities for employees are financed.

KP Holland provides good facilities at cutting company Xclusive in Uganda.

guarantee sustainability


We are transparent about how we produce, everything is traceable. Partly because of this, we have been carrying the MPS-A, MPS-SQ and MPS-GAP certificates for years. This enables our trading partners to purchase sustainably in accordance with the FSI 2025 standard. Through SEDEX, KP Holland meets all the requirements that British retail sets for its suppliers. We also provide the input to bring the standards of FSI 2025 up to standard.

Questions about our sustainability policy?

We are there for you and happy to help you.

Financial director John Vreugdenhil is happy to answer your questions in the field of sustainability.

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