The first mask in Europe to decompose into compost

That your business is not the last to stop contaminating with traditional masks.

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8 billion tons 

they pollute the oceans

Equivalent to 

800 Eiffel Tower

Every second 200 kilos of masks reach the ocean. 70% stay on the seabed, 15% in the water and only 15% on the surface.

The consequences in our day to day

Poor water and air quality

the deterioration of the surface affects the quality of these.

Health risks

breathing in these toxic substances can lead to illness.

Species disappearance

It can lead to the 6th mass extinction in history.

Greenhouse effect

4.400 billion tons of CO2 into the atmosphere in the 2000s

What is compostable?

The first mask in Europe to compost in 8 weeks

It can decompose under compost conditions. Procedure in which man participates and which advances the natural process of biological decomposition with the help of temperature and microorganisms. In this process the material will give off carbon dioxide, water, minerals and organic fertilizer.

How do we do it?

We use PLA, a permanent polymer, odorless, resistant to moisture and grease.

Biodegradable material

It comes from corn, yucca or potato.

Reduces 62% emissions

Against climate change

Organic fertilizer

Decomposition into compost, water and minerals

How It Works

PLA extracted from corn, cassava or potato.

Mask manufacturing

Biological decomposition

Water, minerals and organic fertilizer

Compostable masks

The future of our planet

After several studies, tests and certifications, we are proud to launch our compostable masks, both surgical and FFP2, on the market.

Build strong relationships with sustainable actions

Show off Masks to your customers and employees

The demand on the part of society towards companies that they have a clear social dimension is increasing.

Improve your brand image with an effective CSR strategy

ECO surgical mask

Compostable mask

FFP2 ECO mask

Compostable mask

join the change


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