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Our phone cases are made from locally sourced flax and hemp, which are plant-based materials that are renewable.
No, our phone cases are free from harmful chemicals like BPA, phthalates, and PVC.
Our phone cases provide everyday protection against bumps and scratches but also have shock-absorbing qualities that can help protect your phone against drops.
Yes! Our phone cases are designed to be compatible with most screen protectors, so you can add an extra layer of protection for your phone.
While our phone cases are not designed to be waterproof, they can provide some protection against water damage from spills or light rain.
The average price of a phone case is €22-€46, however, this is dependent on the materials used. Our prices fall in the middle of that average, however, the majority of phone cases don’t consider the environmental cost. That’s why when you go for our mobile cases, it falls in the average price yet has little to no environmental cost.
Our phone cases are made from plant-based materials, making them a more sustainable alternative to traditional plastic cases. They are also compostable and can be recycled through our agood loop program.
You can dispose of your agood phone case by sending it back to us through our agood loop program, where we will recycle it into a new case. Alternatively, you can dispose of it in a compost bin, where it will biodegrade naturally.
agood loop is our circular program where customers can send their old phone cases back to us. We then turn them into new cases using our circular production process, minimizing waste and reducing our environmental impact.
You can clean your agood phone case with warm water and soap or hand wash. Avoid using abrasive cleaning products like bleach or solvents, which may damage the case.
Knowing the difference is important when making purchasing decisions. Compostable products are a better choice than biodegradable ones, as some products marketed as biodegradable may not actually break down in landfills. Biodegradability refers to whether a substance can break down after undergoing metabolic or enzymatic processes, but there is no time frame or requirement for what's left after completion.
On the other hand, compostable products must meet specific legal obligations, including a recipe for the material, a required duration of time for decomposition, and specific conditions for decomposition to occur. For example, packaging designed to be composted must comply with ASTM D6868 certification.
Learn more about the difference between biodegradable and compostable products.
Yes! When we designed our circular mobile cases we made sure that, if you don't want to send them back to be recycled, then they can be composted in your back garden and safely returned to the biosphere from which they came (they're made from plants, you know).
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