Ecology and environment in pet beds and bowls certified quality plastic materials.
The choice of materials in the creation of DDplus Pet dog and cat beds and bowls is dictated by eco-sustainability criteria in line with the protection of biosystems, as well as the protection of the health of our four-legged friends. When we talk about certified materials, we mean that the quality of the raw materials has been tested following very strict protocols capable of highlighting, among other things, compliance with contact with food, mechanical resistance, cleaning with certain substances, recyclability , resistance to U.V. rays. and last but not least the Fitok certification necessary to purify imported wood from any parasites and protect biodiversity. Add to this that the companies producing the raw materials must follow strict protocols to guarantee absolute control of harmful emissions to the environment during processing.
Designing and producing responsibly also means respecting natural balances, taking into account those factors that only apparently appear to be irrelevant to the success of a good product. The use of plastics which over the years has transformed into the abuse that has generated the damage that we all know, has created a misleading and misguided culture of the material and its applications. Erroneously in the collective imagination, plastic is thought to be an economic substance designed to obtain low-cost products, without knowing that there are polymers with exceptional performance used in the most advanced technological sectors, starting from the healthcare sector up to the aerospace sector. Too often the "low price" factor leads the consumer to make unaware and sometimes deceptive choices, precisely because in the past adequate and responsible knowledge of synthetic materials was not widespread. The most obvious demonstration of market misinformation lies in believing that the concept of quantity is synonymous with quality, allowing oneself to be confused by the superficial values of the product, not having the analysis tools capable of making them appreciate everything that lies beyond the surface.