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BPL2259 Bioplastics

Material made of TPE (thermoplastic elastomers) based on between 40 and 50% biopolymers derived from sugarcane. Available in four overmolding grades compatible with rigid polypropylene, and one grade that is suited for overmolding onto ABS, it has property comparable to traditional petroleum-based TPEs. It is used in the manufacture of gifts and consumer goods.

RNCOTOTH2258 Cotton, Others

Fabric made from post-consumer and post-industrial recycled cotton waste and cellulose fibres, manufactured in a closed-loop process. Pulp is a renewable raw material from sustainably managed forests, while cotton waste comes from processing waste and end-of-life products. It is used in the manufacture of clothing.

NWOL2257 Wool

Material made of 90% locally sourced british wool. It is an highly textured textile with undulations and is used in the manufacture of coatings.

ROTH2256 Others

Material made of recycled rice straw board and water based lacquer, designed to add value to agricultural left-over, by using them as raw material of making panel board. It is mainly used for decoration in-house for walling, ceiling, flooring and furniture making.

NPAP2255 Paper

Material made of certified paper from sustainably managed forests. Characterized by a metallic appearance, it is used in the paper and bookbinding industry.

BPL2254 Bioplastics

Bio-based material, made with over 90% corn starch. It is an environmentally friendly and biodegradable alternative to petroleum-based polystyrene foams. It is used in single-use packaging for thermal insulating or shock absorbing applications.

RPLA2253 Plastic

Material created entirely from post-consumer recycled polyester obtained from debris floating discarded in seas and bottles thrown away and destined for landfill. It is used in upholstery production.

ROTH2252 Others

Material made up to 50% reprocessed eggshells pre-consumer source, calcium carbonate, seaweed and plant fibre. It is a traditional lime plaster made of natural and high quality components. It is sprayed for walls and ceilings.

RNRUBCOR2251 Rubber, Cork

Material composed of a surface layer in natural cork, an intermediate layer in polyurethane and a substrate in conglomerate of recycled rubber and cork. It is ideal for renovation of floors in spaces where comfort, reduction and absorption of impact noise are important, such as living rooms, bedrooms, bathrooms, kitchens, libraries, physiotherapy rooms and gyms.

RNPAPPAP2250 Paper

Material made of post-industrial and post-consumer recycled cellulose, combined with virgin cellulose. Tinted in the pulp and on the surface, it is used in the production of products for stationery technology.

ROTH2249 Others

Material made of foam created from entirely natural ingredients, the chitin. It is obtained from the ocean crustacean and chitin waste stream. It is used in the production of grade products such as packing materials and containers.

RGLA2248 Glass

Material made of a core of 85% recycled glass and other recycled aggregates that are sourced from post-consumer construction or manufacturing processes. The glass is obtained by crushing recycled glass bottles, jars and glasses destined for landfill. Glass can be crushed into many sizes to give different effects. It is used in the production of worktops.

ROTH2247 Others

Material made from protein amino acids derived from casein extracted from exhausted milk, a process that recycles industrial surpluses from the agro-food chain. Casein is extracted from the milk, which is separated from the whey and then isolated and denatured. The amino acids contained in it, combined with an innovative spinning solution, are transformed into a unique textile fibre. It is used in the production of a range of yarns and fabrics, ideal for the production of clothing and upholstery, characterized by extreme softness and silkiness.

RPLA2246 Plastic

Material made of recycled polyethylene terephthalate plastics, polypropylene and polyethylene, collected in ocean-bound in Southeast Asia. The company has developed a formula that regenerates the plastic granules and reverses the damage caused by the UV rays and salt water the plastic trash was exposed. The granules are used in place of any type of hard plastic for watches, furniture, electronic devices and automotive parts. The resulting polyester yarn can be used for clothing, bags, shoes and upholstery.

NWOOCOR2245 Wood, Cork

Innovative elastic particle board consists of approx the same percentages of wood granulates, cork granulates, latex granulates and polyurethane binding agent. It is ideal for manufacturing rounded molded products for the furniture industry and also for use in flooring systems.

NWOO2244 Wood

Material made of certified wood pulp. After a pulping procedure, the pulp undergoes a mechanical treatment and becomes a raw material called micro fibrillated cellulose. The finely ground pulp mass flows through a unique nozzle, where the fibres and fibrils rotate and align with the flow, creating a strong, elastic fibre network. The fibre is then spun and dried, suitable as-is for spinning into yarn and then knitting or weaving into fabric elsewhere. Its stretch and strength qualities are very similar to those of cotton, and is used in the production of various textiles in the fashion and home textiles industry and padding.

NWOLWOO2243 Wool, Wood

Material made of 60% certified virgin Woolw and 40% flame-retardant natural fibre from white European beech. It is used as upholstery.

NPAPCOT2242 Paper, Cotton

Papers and paperboards produced with 35% of cotton and 65% of certified cellulose from sustainable sources. The natural surface, combined with the softness and strength of the fibers, gives this product a tactile surface and very high bulk. Is used in the production of tickets, packaging and catalogues.

BPL2241 Bioplastics

Material made of resin based on a blend of thermoplastic starch (TPS), biodegradable polyesters and natural plasticizers. It is biodegradable and compostable and is derived from renewable resources. It is used in the manufacture of objects through injection moulding and extrusion.

RRUB2240 Rubber

Material made from 100% recycled rubber tires. Characterized by modular slabs that are easy to install, it is used in the construction of non-slip flooring for pedestrian traffic.

RLEA2239 Leather

Material made using a patented manufacturing process, in which recycled leather fibre are combined without the use of unfriendly adhesives that can be harmful to the environment. The process involves fusion with a hydroentangled with a high performance textile core. It is used in the manufacture of seat covers for buses, trains, planes, restaurants and cinemas.

NHEM2238 Hemp

Material made of hemp fibres that are broken down into individual strands and glued together using a combination of soy-protein and cross linking binders, heat and pressure. The resulting material is cut to obtained appearance, width and thickness desired. It is considered the premier wood substitute in the production of furniture and flooring.

NPAPCOTWOL2237 Paper, Cotton, Wool

Material made of wool and cotton fibres combined with certified cellulose fibres made from sustainably managed forests. The wool and cotton fibres create a special texture and a particular touch. It is used in the production of products for the paper industry.

BPL2236 Bioplastics

Biodegradable and compostable resin based on a blend of thermoplastic starch (TPS), biodegradable polyesters and natural plasticizers. It is entirely derived from renewable resources including non-GMO corn starch. It is used in the production of flexible films.

OTHCOT2235 Others, Cotton

Material made of 30% cellulose fibres with 70% organic cotton. Cellulose is extracted from the plant Calotropis that produces two hollow-cellulose fibres: the pod fibres are extremely soft and light in weight, the stem fibres are strong and almost impossible to break with bare hands. All the production process is focused on environmental sustainability, from production and processing to ultimate disposal. The plant grows wildly at deserted lands with no water, no care, no pesticides. The dyeing and colour fixing processes are carried out using vegetable and natural materials, while once fibres are extracted, the waste are mixed with different substances to produce repellents. It is used to make wide varieties of fabrics - from simple knits to high end Jacquard weaves.
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