Custom Products, Ethically Made

Sustainable
materials

It all starts with the materials.
We design and create promotional products using materials that align with our core ethical and environmental values which means that they must be sustainable.

Environmental
considerations

When choosing our materials we consider three things: how it is sourced, how it is used and where it ends up. This encompasses the entire life cycle of the material which is, essentially, what constitutes whether a material is sustainable or not.

If there is minimal impact on the environment and a conservation of resources when sourcing, using or disposing of a material, then we are happy to use it.

This could mean that it grows naturally without draining non-renewable resources, or that it reduces waste by being reused, repurposed or recycled.

Materials found in nature. We use ethical and eco-friendly methods to extract fibres from plants and use them to create high-quality products such as bags and apparel.

Natural Cotton Fabric

Natural cotton

Natural Jute Plant Fabric

Natural jute

Natural canvas

Natural  Bamboo Fabric

Natural bamboo

Natural Linen Fabric

Natural linen

Natural Hemp Fabric

Natural hemp

Natural Coir Fabric

Natural coir

Coconut Husk Fabric

Coconut husk

Natural Wool Fabric

Natural wool

Kapok Fibre Fabric

Natural kapok

Natural Cotton Denim Fabric

Natural denim

Sisal Plant Fabric

Natural sisal

Wheat Straw Products

Wheat bran

Water Hyacinth Fabric

Water hyacinth

Turning trash into treasure. Instead of discarding these used materials and sending them to a landfill, we have extended their life and given them a new purpose.

Recycled cotton

Recycled PET (rPET)

Recycled PP-woven

Recycled Cardboard Products

Recycled cardboard

Cyclo™ fibre

Recycled Infinna™

Recycled fleather

Recycled florafoam

Materials found in nature. We use ethical and eco-friendly methods to extract fibres from plants and use them to create high-quality products such as bags and apparel.

Organic Cotton Fabric

Organic cotton

Organic bamboo

Banana fabric

Corn fabric

Organic soybean

Organic wool

Organic linen

Bioeth

No animals were harmed. We source these innovative and environmentally-friendly materials that perfectly replicate traditional leather without the use of animal skin.

Pineapple leather

Coconut leather

Cactus leather

Washable paper

Mycelium mylo™

Musa fibre

AppleSkin™

Recycled cork

Bananatex™ fibre

Paper made greener. We procure various types of paper that have a smaller carbon footprint and far fewer negative effects on the environment than traditional paper.

Kraft paper

Sugarcane paper

Stone paper

Jute paper

Materials found in nature. We use ethical and eco-friendly methods to extract fibres from plants and use them to create high-quality products such as bags and apparel.

Synthetic NWPP

Synthetic polyester

Synthetic nylon

Synthetic acrylic

Synthetic PP Woven

Materials found in nature. We use ethical and eco-friendly methods to extract fibres from plants and use them to create high-quality products such as bags and apparel.

Palm leaf

Bagasse

PLA corn

PLA sugarcane

Rice husk

Wheat husk

Sital leaf

A raw material extracted from rocks found in the Earth, we use these lustrous, sustainable metals to manufacture some of our reusable products such as drinkware.

Stainless steel

Aluminium

Brass

Copper

Also known as textiles or sometimes cloth, fabrics are flexible materials created by weaving, crocheting, knitting, felting or braiding threads of yarn together.

Non-Woven polypropylene

Polyester fabric

Nylon fabric

Acrylic fabric

Materials found in nature. We use ethical and eco-friendly methods to extract fibres from plants and use them to create high-quality products such as bags and apparel.

Milk fibre

Lotus fabric

Orange fabric

Nettle fibre

Soy

Eucalyptus fabric

Lyocell fabric

Algae seaweed

Sugarcane fibre

FSC wood fibre

Why we use
sustainable materials

Our decision to only use sustainable materials when making promotional products is based on our commitment to promote greener-living. We want to help protect the planet from the dangerous effects of single-use plastics and other harmful materials by providing a better alternative.

We have watched too many businesses use harmful materials to produce low-quality promotional products that are discarded and tossed aside only to end up in a landfill or at the bottom of the ocean.

It shouldn’t be this way. There are countless materials on the market that are durable and functional whilst also being sustainable and it is our job to ensure that we source the most suitable and cost-effective options for you – our clients.

We are continually expanding our range of sustainable materials, so if you can’t find exactly what you are looking for then contact us for further support

What makes a
material sustainable?

A material is defined as sustainable when its social, environmental and economic impact is not harmful or is as least harmful as possible. It is a natural, renewable substitute for harmful, synthetic materials.

Sustainable materials can be produced and used in required volumes without depleting non-renewable resources, destroying the environment and disrupting key natural resources. They are made, procured and disposed of in a way that doesn’t risk the health and safety of people or animals.