With Lyocell, sustainable forests
- Lyocell, a soft fiber with skins
With biodegradable fiber
- Lyocell fiber is compostable
With Lyocell, sustainable forestsLyocell, a soft fiber with skins
With biodegradable fiberLyocell fiber is compostable
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From Lyocell, a biodegradable fiber that leaves the forests and can return to them in the form of natural fertilizer.
Lyocell fabric, a biodegradable and compostable fiber.
Made according to UNE 0065
Reusable hygienic masks.
Our priority is to work with suppliers with sustainable manufacturing processes.
Our handsThey are the heart of our masks.
They talk about us
Thanks to the media we have managed to get our project to more people.
Where to find the right masks?
Dr. Oñoro says there are few masks for children because before the pandemic, they were only used by very specific groups of children, such as immunocompromised children or cancer. In the case of surgical ones, tutorials have been uploaded to the network to be able to adapt it to children. For example, knotting the rubber and staple the sides to make it smaller.
The Spanish Standardization Association (UNE) details in this document what sizes and measures are appropriate depending on the age of the child, and what materials should be used to manufacture them... read more by clicking on the link
In "For three reasons from RNE", Radio Nacional de España
Thanks to the radio we were able to tell our project.
The reutulizable mask as an ecological alternative. Because a single-use surgical mask can take between 300 and 500 years to disappear into the wild.
El Español, Quincemil: Hygienic Galician masks, reusable and biodegradable for children
María and Cristina Giraldo have designed reusable children's hygiene masks made in Galicia and suitable for sensitive skin. The idea came up after learning that children could take to the streets again and discuss the options available on the market. "What could we do to make them comfortable and not take them away?" asked the two entrepreneurs, who come from very different fields: Maria, in charge of communication in this project, of the fashion world, while Cristina is a physiotherapist and podiatist.
The masks which educate
A surgical mask can take 300 to 400 years to break down. It is therefore important to raise public awareness of the effects of their abandonment in natural environments because, if not discarded correctly, they can be seriously detrimental. "In the case of our masks, when their wash cycle ends, you can cut the rubbers and turn it into compost," says Maria.
OUR PROJECT ON TVE1: minute 02:19
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Ana Fuentes has interviewed us in this program dedicated to consumption. We have taken "zascas" and they do very well for us because we have learned that we must be even more rigorous in our messages. We have a lot to improve but we do not cease to be a sustainable option, that makes children and adults think of another way of consuming. The mask as a whole is not compostable but the fabric is compostable, according to the manufacturer's certificate. We want to continue betting on this line, we want to compost and we want Spain to be filled with composting containers. But we have questions to solve and solve. For example, how long does it take to compost our masks at home? Once the antibacterial treatment disappears with the washes and the mask is disinfected, can we discard the mask in the composting container? At the moment, according to UNE0065 we must throw it in the gray. But perhaps, if more people buy Lyocell masks, other recommendations will be implemented. Either way, we understand that it's better to dispose of a biodegradable material in the container than a non-biodegradable material, right?
"Living Here", FROM TVG.
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