Glasses, Cutting Boards, Bowls, Dishes with recyclable raw materials
MOJITO DESIGN products respect the new european standards as reusable and realized with recyclable raw materials. materie prime riciclabili.
Our respect for the environment but they went to search new materials that keeping the characteristics of our products but that at the same time reduced the environmental impact.
We have therefore introduced new polymers containing over 60% of raw materials carried out by renewable sources (mainly sugar cane) in replacing thems obtained by synthetic sources as traditional polymers.
His choice meets in:
REDUCTION OF RESOURCES CONSUMPTION FROM FOSSIL SOURCES PRESERVING THEM FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS.
REDUCTION OF GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSION
This our proposal to give a contribution to environmental sustainability.
The new European directive limits (and in
some cases forbids) the use of plastic for the
production of disposable tableware.
The European Commission has approved the new rules to combat the spread of the 10 single-use plastic products "that most pollute the beaches and seas of Europe". Pearl ear cleaning sticks, cutlery, plates, straws, beverage mixers and balloon rods should be made exclusively with sustainable materials. "Faced with the constant increase of plastic waste in the oceans and seas and the consequent damage - the EU executive says - the European Commission proposes new rules for the 10 single-use plastic products that pollute the beaches and seas Europe and for lost and abandoned fishing gear These products account for 70% of marine waste ".
RAW MATERIALS CONTAINING OVER 60% RENEWABLE SOURCES
REUSABLE AND RECYCLABL
LIFE CYCLE ASSESSMENT (LCA)
Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) is a methodology to evaluate all environmental impacts associated with a product, considering its entire life cycle from the extraction of raw materials to its final disposal.
The LCA of APIGO BIO family (soft and hard series), evaluIated on the basis of ISO 14040-14044 standards, in relation to:
Global Warming Potential 100: measurement of the greenhouse effect (“heating of the earth”) calculated over 100 years.It is also known as “carbon footprint”.
Non-Renewable Energy: the consumption of nonrenewable primary energy (oil, coal, natural gas, natural uranium).