With the Covid-19 pandemic and the spread of contact anxiety, the use of disposable plastic, primarily for the infamous masks, which have a polluting factor not indifferent, has returned to the spotlight, since the need in Italy, estimated by Ispra and Polytechnic of Turin, is around one billion devices a month.
The enemy of sustainable recycling is the mask made with a mix of polluting materials and especially disposable materials. Also the Region Lazio, noting the problem, has started a campaign of awareness towards the reusable masks from the "Green" value and then we simplify and try to design objects that are more rational and made with eco-sustainable and reusable materials.
Just for his green and eco-sustainable vision Lisa Tibaldi Terra Mia has made embroidered filtering masks, for use by the community of which Article.16(2) of D.L. 18/2020 has been fully implemented; Made in Italymade from certified materials,100% organic cottonbiomedical elastic, and biodegradable noseYeah. Washing and reusable more than 20times, which are supplied with a packaging fully realized in recycled paperfor both adults and children.
Organic cotton masks are part of the rewards for the supporters of the fundraising campaign #AmolamiaTerralaunched last June 27th by the start-up of eco-friendly fashion accessories made in Italy, in support of the WWF Laziale Coastal per projects relating to fire prevention, protection and restoration of forest heritage.