plastic bubble wrap.
90% of plastic bubble wrap ends in landfill or nature. Every year, enough bubble wrap is made that it could go around the equator more than 10 times, and the production will grow 25% in five years as e-commerce is booming. At the same time, the market is looking for eco alternatives as well as legislation for single use plastics is getting stricter.
About 40% of the wood in veneer production is leftovers in other words – waste – and gets burned.
We have a patented solution to substitute plastic bubble wrap using wood and wood industry’s waste.
Raiku’s wooden fabric is structurally protective for shipments, affordable compared to current plastic and eco alternatives, as well as biodegradable.
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