Following a successful pilot project, we launched this incredible architectural signage material from repurposed carpet waste.
Joining forces with Dansk Wilton, a Danish carpet manufacturer serving the cruise ship and hospitality industry and Elektro-Isola, a material developer and manufacturer based in Denmark, we created ReBond using waste from Dansk Wilton’s Cradle to Cradle Certified carpet solution.
The process starts by removing the carpets and recovering scraps from production waste from Dansk Wilton, which are shredded into fine fibres using innovative technology. The shredded textile fibres are mixed with a melting binding fibre, giving it the consistency needed to create felt mats. While the surface and appearance of ReBond are brand new, the sides of the panels bear a faint hint of the colour of the original carpets, leaving a trail of its previous life.
ReBond breathes new life into carpet waste by upcycling it as architectural signage, contributing to creating sustainable built environments.
Modulex strives and will continue to innovate, adapt sustainable business practices and bring eco-friendly material alternatives to our customers. We are incredibly proud of ReBond and the collaboration with like-minded companies to create new value out of waste.
Video- How ReBond is made.
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Erik Sørensen Ruiz
Environmental and Partnership Manager