|Umbrellas on the market today are theoretically made of recyclable materials such as metal, plastic and wood. However, they can’t be recycled as they are.
They’d need to be disassembled to be properly disposed of, which means that most of them just end up going to lanfill. It’s a big waste of resources.
The polyester canopy, as an example, takes up to 100 years to biodegrade.
|Reduce, reuse, recycle.
These are the three basic rules that a sustainable product must meet.
Ginkgo is 100% recyclable.
Thanks to the rationalization of the components and the use of a single technology, the production steps have been reduced by 80%, and the increased longevity
leads to a further reduction of the production process.
|T||The ease of assembly and disassembly using snap-fit joints guarantees the possibility of reusing the still working components by replacing only the damaged ones.|