Recycling is built into the GNG Group manufacturing process.

Sustainable business practice has been part of GNG Group for a number of years. Recycling our foam waste is just one aspect that contributes to our strategy to reduce our carbon footprint and move towards a more sustainable manufacturing process. As a manufacturer of high performance foam products in sectors including Sports, Fitness, Healthcare, Safety and Mattresses we work to ensure we’re recycling where possible.

Our foam waste is shredded, moulded, compressed, binded and baled into foam blocks. The rebonded foam blocks are constructed from 100% recycled foam, are 100% recyclable and used in GNG performance foam products such as our EcoSleep mattress, ply Soft plyo boxes, Punch bags, tyres Tiyr’s and Rugby tackle bags etc.

By utilising the performance benefits of recyclable foam across a wider range of products we’re reducing our carbon footprint on an annual basis to meet our sustainability goals.

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