The ecological attitude in our business is slowly becoming a standard. The report prepared by the Gallup Institute shows that around 94% of consumers prefer to use the services and products of companies that care about the environment. The eco-friendly strategy builds customer trust and encourages long-term cooperation.
The company’s involvement in current environmental and social problems is also an important factor when choosing an employer and recommending the brand to others. By 2030, around 80% of employees worldwide will choose their employer using what we described as a main criteria.
See for yourself how good it is to invest in the future of our planet without the need to sacrifice the designer look and quality of the product.
Ditch harmful materials
replace them with those close to nature.
Paper made of pure cellulose with the addition of grass fibers, produced without optical brighteners. It’s 100% biodegradable - one of the best bio-papers in Europe.
Used for: calendars and notebooks.
Top-quality eco-paper made of 75% calcium carbonate and 25% binder, including resin and polyethylene - the composition is protected by the Patent Office of the Republic of Poland and it allows to obtain a material with very good properties. The calcium makes the surface of the paper naturally white, smooth, velvety to the touch. One of the biggest advantages of stone paper is its high resistance to tearing and moisture. After flooding the card with tea, water or other liquid, notes don’t smudge and the paper can still be used for writing.
Used for: calendars and notebooks.
It’s obtained from organic farms, where no pesticides or chemical fertilizers are used, so it doesn’t accumulate harmful substances.
Used for: T-shirts, sacks and bags.
Lactic acid (LAC) is a very good substitute for plastic, made from fermented vegetables (usually corn) is a popular alternative to traditional plastic. Banning the use of plastic bags has become a worldwide trend and LAC has the potential to be a cost-effective, biodegradable replacement.
Used for: mugs, pens, bags, bags, cutlery and more.
It’s a leftover after the harvest of wheat grains. Until recently, it has been unused or was treated as a waste - but it has features similar to plastic. It’s very durable, light, recyclable or compostable and, above all, resistant to fats, which makes it ideal for the production of kitchen gadgets, including cutlery sets, lunchboxes and meal containers.
Used for: mugs, pens, cutlery, electronics and more.
It’s a very productive plant - it can give up to six times more cellulose than pine. It also has antibacterial properties and as a result, it’s not attacked by parasites, which means that pesticides are not used in its cultivation. Bamboo fibers are 100% biodegradable.
Used for: Thermoses, pens, cutlery, electronics and more.
It’s an organic waste material that is generated during the grinding of coffee beans. Every day in the world, as much as 50 billion kilograms of husks are left when producing coffee as a waste. It’s a completely natural material and thus, it’s biodegradable. What is more, its production is 100% in line with the zero waste trend. During the process of obtaining the coffee husk, no dangerous substances are used, so it’s completely safe for human health.
Used for: mugs, pens and more.
Check out our range of organic solutions of popular gadgets - paper made from grass or stone, corn cups or a speaker made from wheat straw? This is just the tip of our possibilities ;)
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