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Starting Activities to Clean Up the Sea from Aizu at the Foot of the Mountains
80% of marine debris is land-based debris that flowed down rivers
If the rivers in Aizu become clean, it will lead to the cleanup of the sea.
A future where humans and nature are in harmony
Live in harmony with humans and the earth
Protect the world with the latest technology
Material: PLA (polylactic acid),
140°C ・ 3colors (Black/Gray/White)
Size: 170mm x 80mm
Patent : Japan, USA, UK, France, Germany
Made in JAPAN
■ Reduce environmental impact and continue to live the way you do
R+E Tumbler is made of PLA (polylactic acid), a bioplastic material made from squeezed sugarcane juice, corn starch and lactic acid bacteria.
■ PLA, a bioplastic derived from plants
PLA is made from plant materials, but its strength and feel are almost the same as those of petroleum-based plastics. Its greatest feature is that it is biodegradable. Under certain conditions, such as in compost or in soil with microorganisms, it decomposes into water and carbon dioxide in 2 to 3 months. In normal soil, it decomposes in 3 to 5 years, and in seawater in about 10 years. PLAHA is so safe and secure that it is used in surgical procedures.
■ Tumbler that Returns to the Earth
Most biodegradable plastics on the market are non-degradable plastics derived from petroleum (50-60%); the R+E Tumbler is 94% naturally derived and can be biodegraded in compost or disposed of as combustible waste.
<About R+E TUMBLER>
R+E TUMBLER is a brand focusing on tumblers released from the R+E Project, a product project using PLA as a material.
R+E TUMBLER, the first brand of the project, has been developed through a trial-and-error process involving Puradut producers, designers, and manufacturers to create a highly finished product out of a material that is difficult to mold, and to develop an original design.
The tumbler, made of 94% plant-derived PLA material, is an item that combines beautiful design and functionality in addition to being an environmentally friendly material.