An overview of products that contribute to 1 or more Sustainable Development Goals, called SDGs.

BioSeal Pavement

This product was developed to provide environmentally friendly control of weeds in places where weeds between joints of elements are undesirable.

The product contains nature’s own substances and is based on Mayan knowledge. After use, the product loses its action and mineralizes so it will allow sand to be reused.

Circular scaffolding

Contracting company De Jonge Waterbouw has realized a ciculair jetty in Wolphaartsdijk on behalf of the municipality of Goes.

The poles are made of reclaimed wood (40 years old), taken from the old jetty and harbor in Colijnsplaat. The same goes for sleepers who are 20 years old and hail from Hardinxveld-Giessendam. To ensure circularity for the future, a material passport has been established. In addition, the fasteners have been made demountable to allow for reuse.


Anchoring trees after planting is necessary to ensure that the tree does not blow over immediately after planting. Over time, the roots of the tree take over the function of the ground anchors.

The ground anchors, made of starch, decay in the ground over time. The same goes for the rope used. This is made from corn and also decays. The casting edge is made from sugarcane and has a longer life.


Woven ground cloths barely let light through, preventing weeds from germinating and growing. There are no pesticides needed to control weeds. With the ground cloths, the weed species ‘Japanese knotweed’ can be be reduced. The water does pass through making it rainwater can penetrate the soil effortlessly.

For the Tractaatweg, the cloths were used to separate land lots. By applying the cloths made of PLA, which is biodegradable, there are no deposit fees.


The biobased honeycombs are used to prevent cars that need to swerve from driving on the shoulder of the road.

For the Tractaatweg, GS PRO GRASS PLATES were used to test how strong they are. This biobased alternative is biodegradable, eliminating landfill costs .


Scare fences are there to alert road users to a hazard.

These fences are traditionally made of wood, plastic or aluminum. Millvision has the first biobased fence in the world developed.

This product is for 89% made of rapidly renewable materials. Before the reflection sticker, it was not yet allowed to deviate from the standard stickers.


Felt gives waste a 2nd life. The seat shell is made of PET bottles. Unique because no other felt chair is constructed from 4 layers of PET felt.

The legs are made of sustainably certified PEFC wood, and the circular design of the chair makes the environmental impact of this product much lower than comparable variants($0.96). The carbon footprint is 15 kg.

Felt is produced entirely in the Netherlands and is actively recruiting among people who want to re-enter the workforce from an unemployment or disability situation.

Be brave 200

This office chair is made up of individual components making it very easy to replace parts.

Be Brave is produced entirely in the Netherlands and delivered without plastic packaging. The protective cover for transportation is made from residual materials from the in-house factory.

The office chair has a carbon footprint of 101 kg and consists of 54% recycled materials. The chair itself is 97% recyclable.

Edeg T

This desk has a T-leg frame and is characterized by a rectangular top leg and foot tube. The foot tube is tightly welded and ground.

31% of the raw materials come from recycled materials. After use, 98% of the materials are reusable.

CO2 emsisies are 57% lower than the industry average.

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