Innovationen aus Wolle
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Sustainable Rope Ltd.
Sustainable Rope Ltd.
Kate Drury, Founder of Sustainable Rope Ltd.
From Farm to Functionality – Sustainable Rope offers an entire rope manufacturing process that takes place within 60 miles of their workshop in West Yorkshire
Supporting local producers and craftspeople, the rope is made from 100% wool, no plastic, and it is biodegradable, renewable and sustainable with natural antibacterial properties.
The rope is manufactured in a range of diameters, from small lengths to full coils, all traceable wool off British farms. Wool offers durability and flexibility, and the variety of uses for wool means very little is wasted.
Sustainable Rope is being used for growing seaweed as a replacement to plastic rope. Seaweed farming has so many positive sustainable uses, from fertiliser to foodstuff. It negates carbon and nitrogen and provides an ecosystem, and the rope can help that happen sustainably.
Wool Pots offer a biodegradable, environmentally friendly and sustainable alternative to plastic plant pots. Wool Pots want to help reduce the amount of single use plastic in horticulture, and their product will help make the world and gardens a better place and as an additional advantage they make it easier to grow plants.
It’s endlessly versatile, totally sustainable, environmentally friendly and biodegradable, it also…
makes great plant pots
is a natural slug and snail deterrent
it acts as a water condenser channelling moisture downwards to the plant’s roots
it’s strong and long lasting
it eventually decomposes into a bio-rich plant food.
Wool Pots are Helping the Environment
in the UK up to half a billion plastic plant pots are sent to landfill every year because they can’t be recycled
black plastic pots containing carbon inks can take up to 450 years to decompose
the cost of plastic plant pots is so much more than the retail price, the legacy they leave behind is damaging for future generations
Graham Hull and Tom Lind, the Directors of Wool Pots