Balena, an Israeli advanced materials company, has unveiled 100% biodegradable shoes to demonstrate that biodegradability works for the fashion industry. Its BioCir material is the first fully moldable, biodegradable elastomer for the fashion industry. It provides an alternative to plastic and can be integrated into manufacturing easily.
Balena’s slides are game-changing, fully biodegradable shoes. Using Bio-cycling, the shoes are composted industrially after use instead of going to landfills. Investors support Balena’s focus on material science and sustainability.
Balena calls its shoes “a great alternative to polluting materials.”
The shoes are “sustainable, functional and earth-friendly,” says CEO David Roubach. Balena aims to help the fashion industry, one of the world’s biggest polluters, become sustainable.
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