Straw based flooring XTD
Straw-based fiber boards
RM was established in 2009 specializing in the design and manufacture of sustainable, environmentally-friendly products and materials. This encourages the use of renewable materials as an alternative to wood, as a means of reducing deforestation by minimizing wood consumption, and also reducing agricultural straw burning. RM is renowned as the first innovation enterprises using largely agricultural byproduct as a raw material in China. The company has established itself in research and development, manufacturing capabilities, a sales network and service system in Asia for sustainable innovation and living. Agricultural straw is recovered annually on a large scale, reducing the need for deforestation around the world.
XTD is a leading brand of sustainable material and solutions under the RM banner. It contains up to 95% agricultural fibers, and has several extraordinary sustainable characteristics like having no formaldehyde additives, being moisture, flame and termite resistant, and durability. It also allows various surface treatments, and can be widely used in pallets, packaging, flooring and lifestyle furniture.
Our products are compliant with ISPM15, i.e. requiring no fumigation and heat treatment for export, as well as EU REACH regulations. As the first EPAL (European Pallet Association) pallet blocks licensed manufacturer in China, we have helped close to a hundred transnational enterprises to realize eco-friendly, low carbon footprint alternative materials and efficient, low-cost supply chains, winning international accolades like the prestigious WorldStar Packaging Awards in the process.
We are devoted to sustainable solutions using straw-based fiber boards, helping companies to establish eco-friendly business procedures and realize organizational reform. Meanwhile, we give back to society by financially supporting the building of primary schools in remote areas of China and sponsoring worthwhile charitable causes. We invite you to join us in the journey to sustainable innovation, working to advance both commerce and lives, while reducing the impact on the environment and building a green community for the planet.
Straw-based fiber boards
29 Tai Seng Avenue, Natural Cool Lifestyle Hub #07-01, , Singapore 534119
SEC-CDL Outstanding Environmental Achievement Award HP creates technology that makes life better for everyone, everywhere. Through its portfolio of printers, PCs, mobile devices, solutions, and services, HP engineers experiences that amaze. At the heart of its reinvention journey is the need to create a business that can have a lasting positive impact on the environment. HP is committed to developing and delivering an environmentally sustainable product portfolio, improving the sustainability of its global operations, and partnering with suppliers to reduce their environmental impact. The HP Straw Pallet Program is an example of the company’s shift towards a more efficient, circular and low-carbon economy. HP is working with suppliers to replace wood pallets used to ship its products with pallets made from straw. Using straw pallets helps to improve economic opportunities by opening up a market for straw waste and enhancing the quality of life by reducing air pollution from burning of unwanted straw. This initiative also complements HP’s commitment to achieving zero deforestation associated with HP brand paper and paper-based product packaging by 2020. In its commitment to inclusivity, HP maintains diversity on its Board of Directors and executive leadership teams. This approach is applied through its entire organisation of over 55,000 employees around the world. HP develops learning solutions to support the increasingly digitized world. Its products and solutions, combined with social impact programmes and partnerships, provide technology-enabled inclusive learning to engage students and empower educators.
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