Updated: Jan 18
Over the Christmas period in particular - hundreds of millions of plastic toys, consoles and electronics will be sold, made from fossil fuels. Watch our Christmas message from CEO and Founder Shaun Chatterton who believes there is another sustainable solution?
At Floreon we believe that in an ideal world all plastics would be made from plants - not oil; by making this simple switch of material you would be helping to reduce carbon emissions and the catastrophic effects of climate change.
Is there an alternative to fossil fuel plastics without loss of performance?
Floreon's unique bioplastic technology now makes this possible. Floreon has achieved a world first by incorporating a halogen free flame retardant bioplastic that does not compromise on performance and durability; so can be used in demanding applications such as toys, electronics and the automotive industry.
The Floreon Story
We are an award winning materials technology company at the forefront of building a sustainable future. Our vision is to replace non-renewable plastic produced from fossil fuels with a plant based, low carbon alternative.
For over 10 years we have developed Floreon and have released 3 successful material grades suitable for all applications.
What is Floreon made from?
Floreon is a plant based bioplastic, derived from crops such as corn and sugar cane, making it a renewable alternative to oil based plastic with the added features of:
Up to 7 x LOWER C02e
10 x tougher & less brittle
Recyclable & Compostable
No change in your current production methods
Ordering Floreon materials has never been easier
We have teamed up with #knowde, a material marketplace. You can now easily order samples for your project from https://www.knowde.com/stores/floreon and also download any technical data on your chosen Floreon grade.
Get in Touch
If you're interested in significantly reducing the carbon footprint of your products please get in touch with us here: https://www.floreon.com/contact
Finally from all the team at Floreon we wish you a happy, healthy and above all sustainable Christmas and New Year!
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