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Bags from the Impact collection

The so called ‘Impact collection’ has a range of bags on offer. Going from a toilet bag up until a complete backpack. All the products are made from recycled polyester and production process can be traced via blockhain technology, making this product very transparent. On top of that, 2% of the sales is donated to the NGO water.org. So if you like to learn more about the different Impact bags please reach out to our team to receive a personal quote.

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Hot Soluble Bag

This bag will dissolve in water! It is made from Polyvinyl alcohol, also known as PVOH, PVA, or PVAL. This is a synthetic polymer that is produced using Calcium Carbide (a non-fossil component) which forms Polyvinyl Alcohol (PVA) and natural gasses. PVA is soluble in water and bio-degrades. In hot water it will even disappear in just seconds! The composition of Polyvinyl alcohol is CH2-CH-OH and when dissolving it splits into water (H2O) and Carbon (C) . Carbon is not a gas and will therefore not enter the air as a greenhouse gas. How long it would take to dissolve in our rivers and oceans? In 1-6 months it will be gone (depening on watertemperature, turbulence, salinity etc.) Note: It will only dissolve in permanent water, so it is no problem to use during rainy weather. The recommended selling price without print is €1,79 per piece.

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Apple leather toiletry bag & laptop sleeve

The world’s first luxury toiletries bag and laptop sleeve made from apples! Designed in Switzerland and handcrafted with love in Italy. This breakthrough technology is both sustainable and cruelty-free. More specifically, these luxury bags looks like leather but is in fact made from… apples! How does that work? Apples that are used to make apple juice leave behind a fibrous pulp. And this pulp can be used to make flour. Texture and colours are added to the flour, which can then be used as a material for sewing. The result? These luxury bags, for example – but many more products made from apple waste will soon follow. The recommended selling price is €29,90 per piece.

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