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Bio-Degradable, Recyclable and Sustainable PPE - Why Choose Any Less?

Personal protective equipment (PPE) is essential in many industries, but the production and disposal of traditional PPE materials can have negative impacts on the environment. Here are some examples of sustainable PPE:


  • Recyclable or reusable face masks: Many companies are now producing face masks that are made from recyclable or biodegradable materials, such as plant-based fibers. Reusable masks are also available, which can be washed and reused multiple times, reducing waste.


  • Biodegradable gloves: Gloves made from materials such as bamboo, hemp, or natural rubber latex are biodegradable and can be composted after use, reducing the amount of waste generated by traditional plastic gloves.


  • Sustainable scrubs: Scrubs made from organic cotton or other sustainable materials are available, reducing the environmental impact of disposable scrubs.

  • Sustainable Ear Protection: Ear Protection provided and sourced from renewable and sustainable materials for your industry, that provides safe and suitable protection from noise in the workplace.


  • Safety glasses made from recycled materials: Safety glasses made from recycled plastic or other materials can reduce waste and promote the circular economy.

  • Reusable protective suits: Reusable protective suits made from durable, washable materials can reduce waste and environmental impact.


Overall, there are many sustainable alternatives to traditional PPE materials, and by choosing sustainable PPE, individuals and companies can reduce their environmental impact while still maintaining safety and protection in the workplace.

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