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Low Carbon Climbing Structures for Schools

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Climbing structures made of 76% recycled waste

The new climbing structures are not only more sustainable, but they also serve as an educational aspect for pupils. The climbing structures are made from textile and post-consumer waste sources, which lower the carbon emission footprint by up to 40% CO₂e/kg compared to the standard versions.

Low carbon - how?

Posts of textile waste

The posts on the climbing structures set are made of textile waste. A new ground-breaking innovation in sustainably conscious playgrounds - we call it TexMade™. Texmade™ post have a 60% lower carbon emission footprint compared to traditional steel posts.

Panels made of ocean waste

The ocean green coloured panels on the climbing structures are made of 100% post-consumer ocean recycled waste and have a lower carbon emission footprint than traditional panels.

How we craft our textile playground posts

... for older children, and even adults, new research has shown that climbing supports the working memory [...] In a child’s universe, it is the ability to remember what the teacher just told you

From white paper "Climbing Clever" by Jeanette Fich Jespersen & Suzanne Flannery Quinn - KOMPAN Play Institute

So basic, yet so important

Why add balancing & climbing equipment to your schoolyard?

By climbing, children have fun while important life skills are trained. They enhance their reading skills and their memory.

Why is that? Climbing and balancing greatly impact motor skills like balance, cross-coordination, and cognitive development. All this, just by having fun.

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When the 45 minutes are over, you will know the secret to creating fun and engaging sustainable playgrounds with low carbon emission. You will understand how the world's unwanted waste has been put to good use for children.

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