Recycled paperboard is frequently remanufactured as cereal box packaging, whereas office grade paper is transformed into tissues and kitchen towels.
Recycled paper board is multifunctional, cost-effective, and reusable, helping to reduce energy use and save trees. Surfboards are classified into five types: shortboards, fishboards, funboards, longboards, and guns.
Spooked Kooks is the soft board supplier of dreams, a huge surfboard brand with a low carbon footprint. Even the fins are created from 100% recycled post-consumer plastic waste. The brand also encourages customers to return their boards for a discount so that they can be recycled again.
The Global recyclable surfboard market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
NOTOX, Australia’s first entirely recycled performance surfboard, has introduced NOTOX, Australia’s first locally-made fully eco-friendly performance surfboard. They aimed to raise awareness about possibly dangerous practices in surfboard manufacturing and to introduce governance to an otherwise unregulated industry.
They met with the NOTOX founders in France, saw a chance to positively impact the Australian surfing sector, and established a business strategy to bring the surfboard brand to Australian shores. This month will see the creation of the first board.
NOTOX enhanced capabilities are created by innovative design and materials such as recycled EPS, flax, bio-sourced epoxy resin, and non-VOC cleaning. NOTOX boards are lighter and easier to handle, while also providing higher resistance and better vibration absorption.
Thinking morally does not preclude the NOTOX boards from focusing on technology and performance. NOTOX leverages innovation to provide surfers with boards that reflect their environmentally and socially conscious beliefs, as well as the respect they have for their world and all the people that live in it.
NOTOX boards are the only Australian made boards in the competition for Gold Level ECOBOARD, as listed by Sustainable Surf Organization, to be created in Australia at scale that are both performance and eco oriented.
Their love of surfing began four years ago, when they suffered a small stroke that left them largely blind in one eye. During their rehabilitation, they discovered that the surfboards they and their children were using were neither eco-friendly or sustainable, sparking a desire to create a truly eco-friendly, high-performance product that could also be custom-built at scale.
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