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Low Impact materials

Low Impact materials

Particular attention is given to recycled and renewable materials used to craft eco products. These materials are part of a waste minimisation approach and contribute to a circular economy.

Recycled materials

Recycled papers, plastics, metals and fabrics give discarded items a second chance, reducing the need for fresh raw materials.
They champion resource conservation, curbing demand for virgin resources and lessening environmental impact. It's a small choice with a big impact!

Recycled paper

Recycled paper, crafted from used paper products, offers a sustainable alternative to traditional paper. Opting for it helps preserve forests, reduce energy and water consumption during production, and lessens the environmental impact linked to paper manufacturing. It's a straightforward yet effective way to contribute to resource efficiency and support a circular economy by extending material life and reducing waste.

Recycled White Paper & Kraft Paper

Recycled White Paper & Kraft Paper

White and Kraft Paper Recycled are 100% made from reclaimed paper products by breaking down fibres for new paper, conserving trees, energy, and water. It's highly recyclable and significantly reduces the environmental impact, using 70% less energy and water compared to new paper production. Did you know that recycling one ton saves 17 trees and 3.3 cubic yards of landfill space?

PaperWise Natural

PaperWise Natural

Derived entirely from recycled agricultural waste, PaperWise Natural features an unbleached, natural brown colour with visible fibres. By decreasing reliance on deforestation and choosing agricultural by-products over wood pulp, this approach not only protects natural resources but also contributes to a circular economy by repurposing waste materials.

Recycled Cardboard

Recycled Cardboard

Recycled cardboard is crafted from post-consumer or post-industrial waste paper, diverting materials from landfills. Using recycled cardboard conserves forests, reduces energy consumption, and minimises the environmental impact associated with virgin cardboard production.

Recycled Plastics

Recycled plastic, derived from processed used items like PET and PP, promotes a circular economy and a more sustainable approach to plastic use.
Opting for it cuts the demand for new plastic, conserving resources, minimising energy use, and combating plastic pollution by diverting waste from landfills and oceans.

RPET

RPET

RPET, derived from processed used plastic, reduces demand for new plastic, conserving resources and minimising energy use. It contributes to the circular economy by diverting plastic waste, making it a conscious choice for various applications that support sustainability in product manufacturing.

Recycled PP

Recycled PP

Recycled polypropylene (PP) is created by processing used PP plastic items, diverting plastic waste from landfills and oceans. This material contributes to a circular economy, reducing the need for new plastic production, while retaining the inherent properties of polypropylene.

Recycled TPE

Recycled TPE

Recycled Thermoplastic Elastomers (TPE) are innovative materials that incorporate a significant percentage of recycled content, up to 60%, using a mix of post-industrial (PIR) and post-consumer (PCR) materials.
Chemical recycling processes play a crucial role in the production of these recycled TPEs, contributing to the development of high-quality, reliable TPE solutions that are both sustainable and adaptable to various use.

Recycled metal

Recycled metal is created by collecting, sorting, and melting discarded metal items. This process yields environmental benefits such as reduced landfill waste, resource conservation, and energy savings compared to extracting raw ores.
Integrating recycled metal into manufacturing supports a circular economy, lessening dependence on primary metal production and mitigating environmental impacts associated with mining and extraction.

Recycled Stainless Steel

Recycled Stainless Steel

Recycled stainless steel is made by collecting and processing scrap or post-consumer stainless steel, bypassing the exclusive use of virgin resources. Choosing recycled stainless steel promotes resource conservation, energy savings, waste reduction, and backs a circular economy.

Recycled Fabrics

Recycled Fabrics encompass a range of textile materials that have been created from recycled sources, diverting textile waste from landfills and promoting sustainable practices, involving lower energy consumption and fewer chemicals compared to manufacturing textiles from scratch.

Recycled cotton

Recycled cotton

Recycled cotton comes from post-consumer or post-industrial cotton waste, like old garments or fabric scraps. It's processed, spun into new yarns, and woven or knit to create new textiles. Choosing recycled cotton reduces the demand for virgin cotton, conserving water, energy, and resources.

Recycled Polyester

Recycled Polyester

Recycled polyester, akin to RPET, is commonly used in clothing and produced from recycled plastic bottles or polyester textile waste. This alternative diverts plastic waste from landfills and lessens the environmental impact of polyester production, mitigating issues like resource depletion and petrochemicals release.

Recycled leather

Recycled leather

Recycled leather, made from discarded leather scraps, is processed and bonded to form sheets or rolls. Opting for recycled leather reduces the need for new animal hides, lessening the environmental impact of leather production, including issues like deforestation, habitat loss, and excessive water consumption.

Recycled felt

Recycled felt

Recycled felt is created by upcycling post-consumer or post-industrial textile waste, often from wool or synthetic fibres. The process compresses and bonds these recycled fibres into sturdy sheets. It diverts textile waste from landfills and reduces the need for new raw materials, contributing to a circular economy.

Renewable materials

Renewable materials are substances derived from natural sources that can be replenished over time, contributing to sustainable and eco-friendly practices.
These materials often involve responsible harvesting or cultivation methods to ensure their availability for the long term. Examples include plant-based fibres, bamboo, and other resources that can be regenerated without depleting finite reserves.

Bio-sourced plastics

Bio-sourced plastics refer to materials derived from biological sources, such as plants, microbes, or agricultural by-products. Unlike traditional plastics derived from fossil fuels, bio-sourced plastics are renewable and have the potential to offer a more sustainable alternative.
These materials can contribute to reducing dependency on non-renewable resources and decreasing the environmental impact associated with conventional plastic production.

Cork

Cork

Cork, derived from Cork Oak tree bark, is a versatile material. Harvested sustainably, it's renewable, recyclable, and biodegradable.
This natural resource minimises waste, promotes reuse, and aligns with sustainable practices.

Coffee grounds

Coffee grounds

Coffee grounds are the residue from brewed coffee, consisting of extracted coffee bean particles.
Transforming them diminishes reliance on non-renewable materials, efficiently handling organic waste. Biodegradable properties ensure swift decomposition, reducing pollution and mitigating environmental harm.

Olives

Olives

Olive-based bioplastics, with olive tree leaves and stone powder as fillers, offer an alternative to traditional plastics.
This reduces the environmental impact of plastic waste and effectively utilises agricultural byproducts, promoting a circular economy.

Corn

Corn

Derived from cornstarch, corn based bioplastics helps reducing the reliance on fossil fuels, using abundant renewable resources, breaking down naturally over time and reducing plastic pollution.

Stone Paper

Stone Paper

Stone paper is a sustainable alternative to traditional wood-based paper, made primarily from natural minerals in rocks and a small amount of non-toxic resin.
It's 100% waterproof, chemical-free in production, and naturally degrades over time, providing a biodegradable option for various applications.

Seed paper

Seed paper

Seed paper is a bio-sourced paper with recycled layers and embedded seeds.
When planted, it breaks down, providing soil nutrients for the seeds to sprout, promoting reforestation and environmental awareness uniquely.

Bamboo

Bamboo

Choosing bamboo over plastic provides significant environmental advantages. Reducing plastic consumption and posing minimal risk to wildlife, bamboo is highly renewable, biodegradable, and grows rapidly.
Additionally, bamboo's natural antibacterial properties eliminate the need for harmful chemicals.

Grass paper

Grass paper

Grass paper is a paper alternative made from grass fibres, reducing reliance on traditional wood pulp and promoting sustainable paper production. It has a natural appearance, visible grass fibres, and low cultivation costs.

Sugarcane

Sugarcane

Sugarcane-based bioplastic, derived from sugarcane or bagasse, is a renewable and biodegradable alternative to traditional plastics.
Sourced from rapidly renewable sugarcane, it reduces pollution and fossil fuel dependence.

NatureFlex

NatureFlex

NatureFlex is a packaging material derived from renewable wood pulp, offering an alternative to traditional plastics.
With a minimal environmental impact, it is biodegradable and compostable, breaking down naturally to enrich compost and lessens reliance on fossil fuels.

BioTak

BioTak

BioTak adhesives are designed with a focus on reducing the environmental impact associated with traditional adhesives.
They often incorporate biodegradable and bio-based materials, promoting biodegradability and contributing to a lower carbon footprint.

Jute

Jute

Jute, a natural fibre from the jute plant, is widely used for textiles.
Jute is biodegradable, and its cultivation requires minimal pesticides and synthetic fertilisers, offering a sustainable alternative for various applications.

JUCO

JUCO

JUCO is a blend of jute and cotton fibres, combining the strengths of both materials for various applications.
JUCO offers a sustainable option, as jute is biodegradable, and the blend reduces the environmental impact associated with traditional cotton production.

Wheat straw

Wheat straw

Wheat straw is an agricultural residue that can be repurposed to create new products.
Utilizing wheat straw reduces agricultural waste, offering a circular economy solution with minimised environmental impact.

Hemp fibers

Hemp fibers

Hemp materials, used in textiles, paper, and biodegradable plastics, come from the fast-growing hemp plant.
Highly sustainable, hemp requires minimal water and pesticides. Its natural decomposition reduces landfill waste. Hemp plants absorb CO2, combating climate change, enrich soil, and prevent erosion without heavy chemical use.

Read more on our company sustainability goals

Read more on our company sustainability goals