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REFITAs a continuation and extension of creative byproduct reuse, the Refit Refit line was developed using residues from wool and cotton weaving as alternatives to cellulose from wood. Refit is FSC™ - certified and is composed of 15% fibres from textile waste, 40% FSC™ - certified post-consumer recycled cellulose fibres, 45% FSC™ - certified virgin cellulose. The entire production line is powered by self-produced, EKOenergy-certified renewable energy. Waste from textile spinning and weaving processes is therefore used to produce Refit, a new sustainable paper developed according to circular economy principles.
REMAKEFavini developed Remake, a combination of leather and paperinspired by the world of fashion which integrates eco-efficiency and creative recycling, to reduce the use of virgin fibres. A quarter of Remake’s raw materials is derived from waste from the production of leather goods, 40% is post-consumer recycled fibre and the remainder is FSC™ - certified cellulose.
CRUSHCrush is another ecological line that is produced using 15% agro-industrial byproducts thanks to partnerships with companies in this sector, derived from the waste of non-GMO plant crops such as grapes, citrus fruits, kiwi, corn, hazelnut, almond, olives, cherries, cocoa, lavender and coffee. A further 40% of FSC™ - certified post-consumer recycled fibre and 45% FSC™ - certified virgin cellulose are employed. The Crush production line is also powered using fully renewable, EKOenergy-certified sources.
SHIRO ECHOAnother line of ecological papers developed by Favini is Shiro Echo, the paper with 100% recycled fibres with superior technical performance. With this paper it is possible to give new life to pre and post-consumer fibres, obtaining a natural looking product. Shiro Echo is a recyclable, biodegradable, FSC™ certified paper, produced with renewable energy and with zero emissions thanks to the neutralization of unavoidable residual CO2.
TREE FREEThe Tree Free range is a sustainable line of paper designed to minimize the impact on forests. It is made only with cellulose deriving from renewable annual crops and which yields a high quality fibre. Its recipe is 75% bamboo and 25% cotton linters. Bamboo is the fastest growing plant in the world, it needs less pesticides than other plants and absorbs up to 4 times more CO2 than traditional forests. Cotton linters are the short fibres of cotton that cannot be used in the production of clothing because of their reduced length, it is a pre-consumer waste for the textile industry, but a precious resource for other supply chains. Tree Free is recyclable, biodegradable, FSC™ certified and made using EKOenergy, the renewable energy self-produced in our hydroelectric plant. The residual emissions have been eliminated.
ALGA CARTAFinally, we introduce to you Alga Carta, the original Favini ecological paper range. Established in the 90s to solve the problem of an overabundance of seaweed in the Venice lagoon, it creatively reuses seaweed coming only from at risk marine environments according to an up-cycling process. Alga Carta was approved by the European Commission and included in a Life project as it uses surplus products of vegetable origin to replace virgin fibres. It is recyclable, biodegradable, FSC™ certified and uses EKOenergy, the renewable energy self-produced in our hydroelectric plant. In addition, any unavoidable residual emissions have been eliminated.
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