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ROTH2331 Others

ROTH2331
Textile fibres and reinforcements extracted from the byproducts of pruning of date palms, such as the frond and fruit stalks. It is very versatile and can be processed into many textile forms, including, long fiber tows, chopped fibers, spun yarns, nonwoven mats, unidirectional tapes and pre-impregnated fibres. It is used as natural reinforcements for composites in automotive and sporting goods, plaster reinforcements in construction, burlap sacks for packaging, ropes, and twines, non-wood papers, and other consumer products.

RWOO2330 Wood

RWOO2330
Material made from 90 to 96% recycled wood fiber derived from byproducts of other companies. The softwood fibers are crushed, mixed with wax and a resin-based binder, and then made into panels using heat and pressure. It finds use as a floating floor.

RWOL2329 Wool

RWOL2329
Material made from recycled cashmere fibers, able to replace the goose down and existing synthetic paddings. Find use as a quilt for padding in clothing and it provides an insulating barrier to weather and climatic conditions external.

RBUI2328 Inerts

RBUI2328
Vibrocompressed concrete stone made of recycled aggregates and concrete. It was born as an alternative to tuff stone, it is without holes and completely full, it is used in the realization of fencing and curtain walls.

RWOO2327 Wood

RWOO2327
Material made of 50% recycled and certified wood chips infuses with organic dye and acrylic resin to create an architectural surface. It is used in the production of  wall paneling, tabletops, furniture, retail displays, flooring and countertops.

RNWOLWOL2326 Wool

RNWOLWOL2326
Felt material made from post-industrial recycled wool fibre. Through the ragging process, the wool garments are reduced to fibre again and sorted by colour and type. At the end of the processing cycle, the regenerated staple has the same appearance as freshly shorn virgin wool. It is used in the production of fashion accessories.

RPLA2325 Plastic

RPLA2325
Material made of expanded polypropylene with 15% post-consumer recycled waste, from the maritime industry such as fishing nets and ropes. It has comparable physical properties and performance as products made from virgin materials. It is used in the manufacture of lightweight moulded parts.

NCOTFLA2324 Cotton, Flax

NCOTFLA2324
Velvet fabric made of 100% flax pile and 100% cotton base. Available in more than 30 colours, it is used in the creation of furnishing accessories, perfect for upholstery and curtains.

RNPAPPAP2323 Paper

RNPAPPAP2323
Material made of 50% recycled paper and 50% certified paper. Available in three weights and in the colour glossy white, the material is distinctive for its extremely smooth surface that allows excellent printability on both sides.

ROTH2322 Others

ROTH2322
Material made of recycled feathers, extracted from post-consumer goods. Feathers are collected, washed and regenerated. They can be re-used as filling material in apparel, sleeping bags or bedding products.

RBUIPLA2321 Inerts, Plastic

RBUIPLA2321
Moquette made of 100% post-industrial and post-consumer recycled nylon pile, from recovered waste materials such as discarded fishing nets and carpet yarn, and a backing made of polyester containing a minimum of 75% recycled chalk from the local drinking water industry. The material is made of 63% recycled material. It is used in domestic and industrial flooring.

NWOLFLA2320 Wool, Flax

NWOLFLA2320
Fabric crafted from a blend of 85% wool and 10% flax. Deeply textured and thickly woven, it is used in the production of upholstered furniture.

RFRU2319 Fruits

RFRU2319
Material made from recycled cocoa husks, recovered from discarded cocoa shells. It is used into creative packaging materials. Perfect for the food, cosmetics and luxury packaging sectors.

RPAPCOT2318 Paper, Cotton

RPAPCOT2318
Fibre made of recycled cellulose, obtained using a wide range of materials, like cotton-rich textile waste, recycled paper or crop residues like rice or wheat straw. Textile waste is collected and sorted by type. Non-fibrous materials (like buttons and zippers) are removed, and the textiles are disintegrated to fine shreds. The cellulose-based fibers, separated from fibers like polyester and elastane, are activated with urea to create a stable and soluble cellulose carbamate powder. During the wet spinning process, cellulose crystallizes into new fiber filaments. The filament, once cut, washed and dried, is used in the textile manufacturing supply chain. It is used in the making ofall kinds of textiles from clothing to sheets, fromhome textiles, to wipes and diapers.

RBUIGLA2317 Inerts, Glass

RBUIGLA2317
Material made of 100% inorganic and inert secondary raw materials, including recycled glass, ceramic processing waste and steel mill waste. The production process allows to use temperatures below 100° C with a consequent reduction of water and energy consumption. It is used in the realization of floor tiles and a wide range of functional products for sustainable construction.

RCOF2316 Coffee

RCOF2316
Material made from 95% post-consumer recycled coffee grounds. The tiles can be easily separated at the end of use and the coffee grounds, following a grinding process, can be processed again into new panels. Available in various shapes and sizes, it is used as a decorative coating.

RPLA2315 Plastic

RPLA2315
Material made of recycled polyurethane foam, derived from the agglomeration of scraps of upholstered products such as furniture, footwear and parts of seats, or scraps of processing. It can be used in all types of buildings, for applications in roofing, walls and floors or in the production of upholstered furniture.

RTEX2314 Textile waste

RTEX2314
Material made of recycled silk, obtained from the waste and surplus of unused fabrics. The production process involves the selection of raw material among the pure silk fabrics, a new spinning, the subsequent dyeing of the yarn and finally the weaving with various weights and weaves. It is used in the production of clothing and accessories.

NWOL2313 Wool

NWOL2313
Material made of high-quality merino wool felt, it combines outstanding sound and heat insulation properties and is easy to handle and clean. It is used for the fashion industry, for designers and architects.

NOTH2312 Others

NOTH2312
Material made of pure mycelium foam that can be tailored into many industries and applications. It can be used as mushroom leather, created using a traditional, non-toxic tanning process. It can be used in the cosmetics industry as bio-based foam or for clothing as insulating padding.

RBUI2311 Inerts

RBUI2311
Bricks made of proprietary mix of natural mineral based geopolymers obtained from lime slag locally sourced. Through the use of new technology, it is possible to use up to 100% post-industrial recycled material, including quarry waste or recycled concrete, as aggregate for a new evolution of sustainable masonry. The scraps can be used raw without washing or intense processing and do not require high temperature kilning or curing.

NOTHCOT2310 Others, Cotton

NOTHCOT2310
Biobased coated fabric, made up of 60% organic matter of vegetable origin. To produce the back weft are used GOTS-certified organic cotton fibers, and replaced the plasticizers commonly used in the blend with organic soy-based products. It is used in the production of upholstered furniture.

RNPLAWOO2309 Plastic, Wood

RNPLAWOO2309
Material produced from 60% sustainably sourced wood pulp and 40% certified recycled waste plastics. Available as both a filament yarn and a staple fiber, is used in the production of clothing.

RNPAPPAP2308 Paper

RNPAPPAP2308
Uncoated papers and boards made of 25% recycled cellulose, 25% certified cellulose and 10% cotton. It is available in white shade and seven pulp-coloured colours, and can be used  with the main printing systems. Is used in the paper industry.

RBUI2307 Inerts

RBUI2307
Material made of various sizes, grains and color tones of post-industrial recycled marbles are skillfully blended with quality resins. Certified and tested as safe for contact with food and indoor environments, it is used in the realization of wall coverings and worktops.
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