Truly ecological products are characterized by the recyclability of the materials used, which should be 80-90% directly recyclable. The durability of the product can be around 100 years and the product can always be repaired. All other materials should be completely dismantled and reusedable in the production process. The durability of the product can be around 100 years and the product can always be repaired. Then, of course, there are the old-school managers who will claim that these products do not make economic sense because there can be no constantly increasing sales figures in this regard. Well, I would like to point out once again that it is precisely this type of constantly increasing production, the senseless reduction in the lifespan of products, the goals of constant expansion that have been set as the top corporate goal, the associated gigantic consumption of resources, the insane introduction of CO2 in the air we breathe and last but not least the contamination of the environment by plastic and other toxins that brought us into this unspeakably dangerous situation in which we are now.
The connection with the overproduction of the losers and the warming of the earth's surface and seas is more than significant and we must now consider what is more important: "Full pockets or survive".
Here's an example
With the exception of the cable, all materials are wonderfully recyclable and/or can even decompose in nature without causing harm. Both the heater and the cable are replaceable, ensuring a long product life. The rubber and plastic cable used here could be improved by using ceramic parts to minimize the rubber content. Instead of constantly reducing the quality of our products, we need to maximize their lifespan and create jobs in the repair and maintenance sector. We need to scale production back to 1900 levels. The products we produce more must be compensated for by a green production method.
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