Products called ‹circular› are constructed in a way that at the end of use they can be pulled apart into monomaterial, recyclable components. That can include a technical
(the material can be re-used with 100% of its technical properties, e.g. remelting aluminium)
or a natural
(the material is able to naturally compost either through home composting or at a professional facility)
recycling circle. Once this is given,
a product is circular, meaning its constituting materials can re-integrete
a new lifecycle, unlimited life circles.
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We are aware that it is not possible to immediately
switch to such an energy sourcing model.
But it is possible and we rely on and support all political
actions to allow change in this direction.
That‘s right, melting and re-using materials like metals and platics needs a lot of energy. BUT there is unlimited energy. The sun. Can you find that tiny red square on the map? This is all the surface needed to fuel ALL of the worlds (human) energy consumption.
PROOF & PARTS LIST.
...you find a list of all parts of our products, including packaging, to see why/how they are circular. There are tiny exceptions. Please give us your input to further improve!
Also included in the bill of material is a product disposal guide. Because we already think about the end of the product, right when we start to think about it in the first place.
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