Fuji 3D acoustic ceiling tiles join Woven Image’s design-driven acoustic finishes portfolio. In response to the changing workplace, Woven Image’s in-house design studio designed a product that enhances ceiling aesthetics; provides advanced acoustic function and builds on a strong track-record in sustainable design. Available in square and rectangular forms, the tiles can be attached directly to, or suspended from the ceiling, to create small or large-scale installations. They are recommended for commercial environments where noise can impact comfort and productivity.
Woven Image continues to invest in end-of-life recovery for its products, and actively encourages its customers to utilise its take-back scheme. Woven Image has recycled 6024 tonnes of PET plastic to manufacture its acoustic finishes, that translates to 301 million 600-millilitre plastic bottles diverted from landfill and waterways. The manufacturing of Fuji tiles contributes to this figure and Woven Image’s overall environmental performance and circular economy.
Fuji tiles are manufactured using solar energy and recycled materials in Woven Image’s R&D and production facility. Tiles are made from 64 per cent post-consumer recycled plastic and 100 per cent PET. All Fuji tiles boast third-party sustainability certifications including ingredient transparency through Declare, Global GreenTag™, Platinum Product Health Declaration, low VOC emissions and Red List Free. Fuji is environmentally conscious and considers the health of building occupants in its product design.
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