We are in business to re-shape the co-existence between nature and human.

Revolwe® EVO Traction Series is a result of our rigid R&D, 
This high performance traction pad is bio-based
with ingredients sourced from waste in the food industry.

Even though we select materials with the high sustainability standards...

Everything has an impact, everything!

From R&D to finished product in your hand.

BIO-EVA (Revolwe® BIO-EVO)

When the sugarcane is harvested it goes through a centrifugation process to extract the juice.
The first raw juice is used to make edible sugar.
The liquid and the biproduct, molass, that remains after this process is used for making green ethanol
which then is dehydrated into ethylene.
The ethylene is polymerized, this is the key to create a high-performance foam for traction pads just like Revolwe Bio-EVO. After these procedures the remains is called bagass.
The bagass are used to make electricity and in its final stage is reused as a supportive fertilizer in the sugarcane farming. Using this residue, the fertilize consumption is decreased by 60%.
Not only are we using renewable resources with great social and environmental impact in many areas of the process.
It also results in that we are binding CO2 from the air in our production process.

Traditional EVA are releasing +1.84 kgC02 eq/kg. compared to our material, Revolwe® Bio-EVO,
that's only having an impact of -2.09 kgC02 eq/kg.
Revolwe® Bio-EVO-process is collecting more CO2 than it is releasing.


Product packaging is made from recycled cardboard and it is printed with ink that is made from Algae-based ink.

This ink is a safe, renewable, carbon negative (-200%), black pigment derived from waste algae supply. Algae by-product material is transformed into small, black pigments.

The ink is a by-product algae material grown at Earthrise Nutritionals, located in Imperial County, California. Algae is grown using sunlight, water, carbon dioxide and nutrients. Algae, such as spirulina, are grown for a blue colorant called phycocyanin, which is extracted and used as a natural food colorant. The remaining material is considered algae by-product. This left-over material is used to make a bio-based black pigment.

The environmental impact of this ink is 
98% Water reduction, 200% CO2 eq reduction, 100% petroleum feedstock reduction.

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