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Sustainability implications for baby products

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In the stroller and child seat market, there is a clear drive to more sustainable products. …

In the stroller and child seat market, there is a clear drive to more sustainable products.

But how do you translate these sustainable products to the materials being used?

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  • 1. Sustainability for baby products… what does this implicate?
  • 2. In the stroller and child seat market, there is a clear drive to more sustainable products. Some examples:
    • Introduction of a 100% cradle to cradle portfolio:
    • - In portfolio: a stroller, high chair, crib and car seat
    • - Made of 100% safe material
    • - All products are Cradle to Cradle certified by EPEA
    • Turn back programs in development: Return your stroller and get a discount for …..
    • Using non-brominated and non-chlorinated chemical treatments for textile of car seats to make them flame retardant
    • Changing packaging material (away from cardboard) to save trees
  • 3. But how do you translate these sustainable products to the materials being used?
    • 100% safe materials (no toxicity, no phthalates, no chemical out gassing)
    • 100% Cradle to Cradle : taking back all used products in the market
    • Weight reduction by using lighter materials
    • Using of bio-based or bio-degradable
  • 4. DSM would like to join these sustainable initiatives
    • From material point of view we have:
    • Cradle to Cradle certified materials
    • Halogen free flame retarding materials
    • Bio-based materials
    • But even more important, we have expertise on:
    • Cradle to cradle
    • Recycling and take back programs
    • Weight reduction
    So let’s start the discussion and see how we can boost sustainability!
  • 5. Would you like to know more or share your knowledge? Share you thoughts in our DSM Open Innovation Group!
  • 6.  

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