Wood as a source
We estimate that FibraQ can be recycled up to seven times.
Following closely news and innovations for recycling of bio composites on a European level.
Sourced from sustainably managed forestst in Europe.
FSC and PEFC certified.
As trees they capture carbon dioxide, and by binding more then they releases it whats make them
a great carbon sink.
BIO PLASTICS IS STILL A CHALLENGE
We are working on how to recycle the final goods with Fibra Q
in the best way. Being part of national and international projects of recycling of Bio plastics in general.
The good news is that there are so many that strive to find a solution. And by collaborating and sharing knowledge and solutions we will get there. Soon enough!
As for now FibraQ can be recycled in a closed loop,
and we estimate the re-processability
is possible up to seven times
Fibra Q can also improve the properties of
other recycled plastics, extending their re-processability
But it is all dependent on the volumes and the progress of recycling bioplastics in general
Forests both store and release significant amounts of carbon as part of a natural cycle. Responsible forest management not only reduces a forest’s potential as a carbon source, it can also increase the effect of its carbon storage capacity.
Our solution enable forestry and wood fiber producers to deliver material in existing supply chains of plastic products.
There are voluntary international forest certification schemes, under which sustainable forestry is verified through third-party certification such
as FSC and PEFC.
We will only use certified wood.
So what's a Carbon sink?
Well, keeping it simple, a Carbon sink absorb
more carbon than they release.
Forests being great in that sense, since a growing tree captures carbon dioxide and releases oxygen at the same time.
Making them 2 x global champions!
Trees play an important role in the carbon cycle by continually taking carbon out of the atmosphere through the process of photosynthesis.
Source: SLU (The Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences)
The many players in the carbon cycle and the role that growing forests play in storage of carbon.
Photo courtesy of European Confederation of Foresters, CEPF.
We are constantly researching and updating our data
with what we know now.
If you know more then we do, please feel welcome to share with us!