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Reduced Harmful Substances

Reduced Harmful Substances


Reduced harmful substances refers to materials having a reduced exposure to pollutants through their composition or processing methods.

Organic Cotton

Organic Cotton

Organic cotton is cotton grown without the use of synthetic pesticides, genetically modified organisms (GMOs), or chemical fertilisers.
Instead, it relies on practices such as crop rotation and biological pest control. It maintains biodiversity, healthy soil, and reduces greenhouse gas emissions, combating climate change. Did you know? Organic cotton consumes 91% less water compared to conventional cotton.

BioTop Paper

BioTop Paper

BioTop Paper is a versatile uncoated printing paper known, totally chlorine-free and bleached without optical brightening agents. It retains a natural off-white shade and a unique tactile quality.

Kraft Paper

Kraft Paper

Kraft paper, made from wood pulp, is distinguished by its strength and durability. Utilising the more responsible Kraft process, it minimises chemical usage with a significant portion of the chemicals used being reusable.
This paper is not only recyclable and biodegradable, but it also naturally degrades in just a few weeks. As a result, Kraft paper stands out as a conscious choice for various applications, combining robustness with environmental responsibility.

Totally Chlorine Free

Totally Chlorine Free

Products made with Totally Chlorine Free (TCF) methods avoids harmful by-products of traditional chlorine bleaching.
Instead, it uses hydrogen peroxide, and prevent non-biodegradable pollutants to end up in the water and to harm the environment and aquatic life.

PVC free

PVC free

PVC-free refers to alternative materials that do not contain polyvinyl chloride (PVC), a plastic known for its harmful environmental and health impacts. PVC manufacturing process releases toxic chemicals, including hazardous chlorine gas, posing risks to workers and communities. PVC also contains phthalates, plasticisers linked to health concerns, which can leach over time.
Opting for PVC-free alternatives is crucial for mitigating these risks and promoting safer choices for both human well-being and the environment, reducing its overall negative impact on ecosystems and health.

BPA free

BPA free

BPA-free products do not contain Bisphenol-A (BPA), an industrial chemical present in certain plastics and resins since the 1950s. BPA is usually found in polycarbonate plastics and epoxy resins (drinkware for example), which can leach into food and drinks raising health worries.
BPA-free items are crafted without this substance, minimising exposure risks. Their popularity stems from concerns about BPA's safety and its potential health effects on humans.

DEHP free

DEHP free

DEHP is a plasticiser commonly used to make plastics more flexible, known to be endocrine disruptors and potentially harmful to human health.
Products labeled as DEHP-free indicate that they do not contain this specific plasticiser and safeguard human health, especially crucial for vulnerable populations like children and pregnant individuals.

Non toxic inks and dyes

Non toxic inks and dyes

Non-toxic inks and dyes, such as water-based digital inks, are formulated without harmful substances, improving safety for health and the environment.
They minimise toxic chemicals, heavy metals, and VOCs. These alternatives, encompassing water-based, soy-based, or vegetable-based options, reduce chemical usage and air pollution, while safeguarding workers and consumers from toxic exposure.

Read more on our company sustainability goals

Read more on our company sustainability goals