Feeling responsible to be good stewards of the earth we live on, R-Go Tools think carefully about how their products should be made and which materials they use. They put this into practice by:
- Using recycled raw materials
- Producing circular monitor arms
- Partnering with One Tree Planted
- Striving to have a low CO² footprint
- Affiliating with WEEE, an organization that takes care of the recycling of electronics
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When designing their products, they consider the principles of “Circular Product Design”. For example, their products reduce waste and emissions of harmful substances into the soil, air and water. Their monitor arms are designed in such a way that the aluminium and plastics can be easily separated so that the product is fully recyclable, receiving them a “100% circularity” certificate. Their mice and keyboards are approximately 85% recyclable, and they also choose packaging materials that have a minimal impact on the environment.
Low CO² Footprint
To offset the CO2 emissions from their monitor arms, R-Go Tools work with a non- profit organization dedicated to reforesting our planet. After choosing the best tree species, they work with local communities to plant the trees. Helping to reduce the CO² in the atmosphere and minimise the environmental impact of their products.
Use of Recycled Raw Materials
In the manufacturing of our products, R-Go Tools try to use recycled raw materials as much as possible. For example, all the plastics in their mice and keyboards are made from 100% recycled materials, and the monitor arms consist of almost 100% recycled materials.
Use of Natural Materials
Made from biobased materials, the Treepod Laptop and Tablet stand (RGOTPW) is made from mainly of wood. Making it both a natural sourced and “green” product.
Recycling of Old Products
All R-Go Tools products are covered by a take-back guarantee. Upon return, they ensure that their products are recycled.*
Their mice and keyboards can be returned to a Wecycle collection point.
*Working together with WEEE, an organisation that takes care of the recycling of electronics.
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