Zero waste

We are constantly exploring new, sustainable materials to boost our products' circularity and minimize our waste. Using recycled or renewable materials without compromising quality and design offers us inspiring new avenues into the future.

We aim to continuously reduce the amount of waste we generate. We reuse or recycle materials as much as we can. Our manufacturing units and distribution centers have been carefully mapping and measuring their waste, investigating and implementing opportunities for improvement.  

Most of our sites have already made significant changes in their waste management. We have seen an overall reduction of waste to landfill by 79% since 2017 (2020). 

In Thailand, our ceramic waste is used as raw material for refractory bricks.

Our ceramic factory in Thailand partners with a small local brick factory. The factory crushes rejected and broken ceramic waste and processes it to be used as a manufacturing component for fire bricks.

The partnership started in 2018 has brought a 360-ton reduction in landfill waste each year.

Not only does this collaboration reduce waste, but it also supports the local economy. As a beautiful example of circular economy in action, our waste is transformed into new goo
In Thailand, our ceramic waste is used as raw material for refractory bricks.

Our ceramic factory in Thailand partners with a small local brick factory. The factory crushes rejected and broken ceramic waste and processes it to be used as a manufacturing component for fire bricks.

The partnership started in 2018 has brought a 360-ton reduction in landfill waste each year.

Not only does this collaboration reduce waste, but it also supports the local economy. As a beautiful example of circular economy in action, our waste is transformed into new goods and local jobs.
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