The company which will launch the card in September is Onlyone. The card is claimed to have more than 85% of recycled PVC, the highest concentration of any card on the market.
In a statement, IDEMIA said it was able to offer Treezor a low-natural-resource-consuming card without compromising at all on security or end-user convenience.
"We strive to adopt green practices throughout our operations by going paperless and developing digital and eco-friendly bank card solutions," said Amanda Gourbault, executive vice-president for financial institutions activities at IDEMIA
"IDEMIA also obtained 'Environmental Claim Validation Summary' certification from its recycled PVC supplier UL Environment."
Kamel Nait Outaleb, co-founder and chief executive of Onlyone, said: "We are grateful Treezor and IDEMIA gave us this amazing opportunity to be the first fintech in France to offer an eco-responsible card.
"With this new card, we are laying the first brick in supporting our customers towards a low-carbon lifestyle."
Treezor co-founder and chief executive Eric Lassus said: "We are proud that Onlyone will issue this very first card that embraces our and Onlyone's values and meets today's consumer expectations.
"We are thrilled to have a chance to contribute to #Tech4Good who share what we are trying to achieve."