In a previous article commenting on the data of the Coop 2020 Report on the consumption and lifestyles of today's and tomorrow's Italians, we have seen, numbers in hand, that among peopleone there is a growing concern for their own health and that of the environment and an awareness that they are in a mutually dependent relationship.
Respect for this balance can become a real lifestyle, a concrete way of thinking and doing, to be practised on a daily basis: in short, living green does not lie in the world of ideas but in everyday things, when we go shopping, when we avoid unnecessary waste of energy, when we sort our waste, when we buy products made with low environmental impact and recyclable materials.
Even our kitchens can be green: our refrigerator can be green if we choose, for example, 0-km products that contribute to the reduction of C02 emissions, our kitchen furniture can be green if we choose natural or recycled materials, and even our sink can be green thanks to special technologies that destroy pollutant particles.
For years, Plados Telma has been committed to ensuring that its products do not have a negative impact on peopleone and the environment, and is committed to sustainability at all stages of the design and production of its sinks. It has an internal divisionone, Delta Labcommitted to research and innovationone, which initiated the project Green Sinkto create a range of eco-sustainable sinks made from recycled materials.
The philosophy of sustainability is one that at Plados Telma is transforma into something that you can touch, durability for example. Our sinks are designed to last, not to be worn out and replaced in a short time, because a product is sustainable when its entire life cycle is sustainable: the longer its life cycle, the less impact it will have on the environment.
The quality of the materials, the technologies used in the manufacture of our products, everything walks in the direction of that commitment to contribute to the maintenance of a healthy balance between man and nature.
We are indeed all called upon to feel the responsibility that each of us has towards the environment and the possibility of contributing with small gestures to a more sustainable future, starting from our homes and, why not, from the kitchen.