Rapidly renewable

Rapidly renewable

Materials that are not depleted when used. These materials are typically harvested from fast-growing sources, do not require unnecessary chemical support, and take 10 or fewer years to grow or raise and to harvest in an ongoing and sustainable fashion. Examples include bamboo, flax, wheat, wool, and certain types of wood.
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A rapidly renewable material is a material that has the capacity to regenerate itself in 10 years or less.
About True Green: True Green Manufactures Sustainable paper products utilizing Rapidly Renewable Resources such as Sugar Cane and Bamboo Grass.
The airline is partnering with SG Preston to purchase renewable jet fuel made from rapidly renewable, bio-based feedstocks that do not compete with food production.
The wood is not only a sustainable natural material which is rapidly renewable, but it also injects warmth and tone, creating a fabulously tropical vibe.
To obtain Platinum certification, PUMA received recognition for several initiatives, including high efficiency LED lighting, the use of rapidly renewable materials in display systems, installation of an energy efficient HVAC system and utilizing locally manufactured materials, thus decreasing fuel costs.
Similarly, there are a raft of current assessment methods in existence that target recycled content, recyclability, rapidly renewable materials or de-constructability.
The company's unique BioStride polymer contains rapidly renewable U.
Stonclad G2 is a four component, polyurethane system which incorporates 25% post industrial recycled glass and rapidly renewable, bio-based material, designed specifically to withstand harsh environments.
Restore Mushroom Packaging is made from rapidly renewable raw materials that are all natural and completely home compostable," McInerney says.
For instance, one of the feature design elements is a mesh-like structure inspired from rural Berber culture re-interpreted in bamboo - a rapidly renewable material".
Derived from rapidly renewable feedstocks and certified to contain 99 percent bio-based content, this non-phthalate alternative provides a one-for-one replacement for general-purpose plasticizers used in flexible vinyl formulations.

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