|Material||100% Recycled PET (Polypropylen)|
|Products rug type||rectangular|
|Backing||No backing (a rug pad is recommended)|
|Lead Time (inherited)||10-12 weeks|
|Show Gallery First Image||No|
Robyn charcoalID: 31247
- Hand woven in 100% Recycled PET (Polypropylen)
- $26 per square foot
- Custom made in 10-12 weeks
- Suitable for most applications with the exception of stairs, corridors or for use with caster chairs.
- ADA compliant
Sample Size: 20cm x 30cm
Lead Time: 48 hours
Product Name + Color: Robyn charcoal
Product ID: 31247
Material: 100% Recycled PET (Polypropylen)
Construction: Hand woven
Surface: Loop pile
Height: 0.9 cm
Max Width: 480 cm
Max Length: 1200 cm
Max Diameter: 305 cm
Edge Finish: None
Size Variation: +/- 5%
Color Accuracy: Product is made from recycled materials. Color deviations may occur
Application: area rug, outdoor
Country of Origin: India
Suitable for most applications with the exception of stairs, corridors or for use with caster chairs.
to be confirmed
No illegal substances such as carcinogenic colourants are used in this product., Azo-free dyes
Certified by Cair & Fair
2 years. See Terms and Conditions for more information.
Vacuum or brush lightly to remove surface dust. Avoid aggressive rubbing. Professional cleaning is recommended.
Material Recycled PET
Every day, plastic pollutes the environment, especially the oceans.
Plastic production at this stage is about 300 million tons annually, It's Inability to quickly decompose in the environment causes catastrophic damage to the latter, setting in the marine ecosystem. Upcycling can help in this situation, because it finds a second life for PET bottles, saves nature and living things.
As a result, modern technologies make it possible to carry out high-quality processing of polymer waste, to make of them materials used in the production of a wide variety of goods, from clothing items to parts of equipment and cars.
The environment is what is around us and how it affects our development.
Environmental protection is of great importance for the health of the population and other living organism, since human activity has become a serius test for natural resources.
The process includes grinding the material into small fragments, washing and drying. The fragments obtained contain the remains of the original content, shredded paper labels and plastic caps that are removed using various technological processes.