and Cycle of Good Recycled Document Wallets are crafted from repurposed lorry sidings. These fabulous document wallets exemplify sustainability and innovation. Their story begins with salvaging retired lorry sidings, weathered by years of transporting goods. These discarded panels, rich with industrial character, are cleaned and treated to ensure durability.
The transformation process starts by carefully selecting sections with distinctive textures and patterns. Skilled machinists then cut, shape and then stitch the lorry sidings into interesting and funky bespoke document wallets. Each wallet showcases a unique combination of colours, dents, and marks, echoing its transportation history.
These Cycle of Good Recycled Document Wallets not only offer a second life to forgotten materials but also serve as functional accessories. They provide a stylish solution for organising documents, cards, and stationery. The tactile connection to their origins sparks conversation and raises awareness about upcycling.
As these wallets age, they acquire a patina, narrating their continued journey. Over time, the wallets develop their own stories—subtle reminders of their past while embracing their new purpose. When their lifecycle with the user reaches its zenith, these wallets can once again contribute to sustainability by being recycled or repurposed, completing the cycle.
In essence, document wallets made from lorry sidings embody the essence of sustainability, honoring the past while shaping a greener future.
The Cycle of Good Recycled Document Wallets at a glance –
- Made from lorry siding sourced locally.
- Supports local employment and income.
- Connects to Malawi’s transportation history.
- Raises eco-consciousness within communities.
- A4 size
- Variety of colours
WHY WE CHOOSE THIS SUPPLIER
- The Cycle of Good Initiative: A recent addition to our charity’s social enterprises hub in Malawi, aiming to foster skills and economic growth. Malawi is one of the poorest places on earth.
- The hub employs 500 trained individuals, generating funds for a children’s centre, benefiting 2000 vulnerable children.
The Cycle of Good Initiative repurposes the UK’s unwanted items, like books, bikes, and computers, creating surplus funds for childcare and schools.