What is Upcycling?

 

 

Upcycling is the conversion of waste materials to something of better quality and environmental value. 

 

Upcycling represents a variety of processes by which “old” products get to be modified and get a second life as they’re turned into a “new” product. In this way, thanks to the mix and aggregation of used materials, components and items, the end result is a “new product” with more value than the original value of the sum of all its components. In other others, upcycling is about materials or items that get to be re-adapted and/or re-purposed in a creative way, and whose lifespan is, therefore, expanded. 

 

If we look at upcycling from a large, scale perspective, we can say that in theory, it contributes to the reduction of CO2 emissions. Not only because the lifetimes of the materials used are extended, but also because, in theory, it contributes ultimately to reducing carbon emissions by extending lifetimes of used materials, components and products, and spending less energy in extracting, transforming, new ones or recycling. 

 

AEco-Digester, our mission is to help save the planet by offering you a line of reusable products that you can use and re-use and even upcycle 😊

 

 

 

 

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