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Durable from cotton to plastic

Lunalu only works with ecological, sustainable and recyclable materials. If possible, in accordance with the vision of the circular economy or C2C (cradle to cradle). We combine our love of nature with hip and innovative collections.

‘One person can make all the difference in the world. For the first time in recorded human history, we have the fate of the whole planet in our hands’

 

Organic cotton

As the basis for our textile designs, we opt for organic cotton, among other things. It is not only fair trade but also free of pesticides or other harmful substances. This way the cotton farmers get a fair price and you are sure of a sustainable and healthy product.

Biodegradable plastic

A plastic that takes CO2 out of the air and is recyclable? Yes, it exists. Green Plastic is completely biodegradable, just as robust as conventional plastic and renewable. That is why this is our raw material when designing durable toys and children's accessories.

TPE

Green thermoplastic elastomer (TPE) also called thermoplastic rubbers which can be elastic and thermoplastic (soft). These contain raw materials from renewable sources such as vegetable crops.

Why are we just going for biobased?

The ordinary plastics are mainly a by-product of oil, a decreasing resource. By choosing a biobased product and renewable materials, we also offer opportunities for sustainability here.

Crops for industrial use can be grown in poor soil that is not suitable for food crops, avoiding the movement of food crops and improving biodiversity. Planting these crops can also help to reduce CO2 levels.

The additional benefit of a Green TPE is that it is 100% recyclable. It feels very soft, ideal for a teether.

FSC wood and rubberwood 

FSC wood

Wood is a beautiful, renewable raw material with many advantages compared to other materials. We naturally opt for wood from sustainably managed forests.

Rubberwood

Rubberwood, or rubberwood, is a type of wood derived from rubber trees, mainly from the plantations in Southeast Asia. 

Rubberwood is one of the most ecological types of wood. The wood is only used after the full cycle of latex production has ended. Moreover, it is circular because we now use what was burnt in the past. The volume of rubberwood lumber that becomes available in this way avoids logging of approximately 600,000 hectares of natural tropical forest.

Our Belgian supplier has its own plantation and uses only 20% for import. These are grown by local farmers, always for a fair price.  Production is done in Belgium. 

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