Grs & gots certified
It’s a material made of different elements: paper, plastic and aluminum, tall of them entirely recyclable, infact each part can be reused. Using a patent-protected production process for polylaminates PO-AL (plastic aluminum), allows the developement of a new ecologic plastic with an interesting structure.
The grassplast granulate is made by 50% of grass clippings of agricultural waste and by 50% of recycled plastic; the result is an ecologic plastic with visible natural fibers, non toxic and biodegradable.
It’s a type of plastic that keeps its characteristics intact and can be used to produce a very wide range of printed accessories: closures, loops, rings, inserts, cam stops, etc.
This material is made of ricicled plexiglass recovered directly by the producer; it’s a durable plastic well known for being transparent, easy to work with and for its strenght.
Embroidery is one of the sustainable processes we offer, using recycled polyester thread for the realization on fabrics and leathers. The possibilities of customization with the embroidery are many in terms of colors, design and size. The combination of embroidery with recycled yarn and recycled polyester fabrics also ensures maximum recyclability of the finished product.
Sublimation printing uses only water-based ecological inks which, when evaporating, do not emit harmful volatile substances. This technique guarantees the maximum definition of colors and shades, as well as ensuring extreme resistance to scratches, washing and other manipulations. It can be realized on laces, fabrics, etc. exclusively in polyester, both recycled and virgin.
Eco-friendly soy ink screen printing, as standard screen printing, can be used on synthetic and natural materials. This type of ink, available in different colors, allows to obtain an excellent definition and resistance of printed designs, as well as ensuring a complete sustainability of the finished products.
High frequency printing is a type of processing obtained by the synergistic use of HF machines that exploit high frequency waves to volumize materials, obtain logos and embossed writings from different shapes and textures. Combining this form of heat with pression, the materials are welded together adapting to the mould and generating a new product with a three-dimensional effect.