Well, Well, Well... Wall ! - Goodrich GlobalAug 07, 2012 14:00 SGT
There is a fresh new range of eco-friendly wallcovering that's kind to our planet and people on it. It's called ECOWall Fresh by Goodrich, a global innovator in wallcoverings.
An eco-friendly alternative to traditional wallcovering, ECOWall Fresh is a Type II non-woven wallcovering that contains 30% post-consumer recycled content. It is produced in state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities, via eco-efficient production processes that minimise energy consumption and optimise the utilisation of recycled materials.
All ECOWall Fresh designs comply with strict standards for air quality, and emit low VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds) - the unstable chemicals that vaporise and enter into the surrounding air. Though seldom acutely toxic, these chemicals have compouding long-term ill-effects on health, and are found in most common household products from paints and wallcoverings to cleaning soutions.
KIND TO PEOPLE, MEAN TO MOULD
ECOWall Fresh Wallcovering has built-in anti-microbial feaures courtesy of bactericides and mildew inhibitiors that discourage the growth of mould and mildew. Mould and mildew are not only unsightly, but their spores have been linked to allergies, asthma and respiratory ailments. Needless to say, this is especially welcome in Singapore's moist, tropical climate where mould is a common and recurring problem.
LASTS A LIFETIME
ECOWall Fresh Wallcovering is as durable as it is decorative. Designed to be easy and affordable to maintain, it requires only a light wash with mild soap and water to maintain its colour and finish over a lifetime of use.
If you like to make environmentally responsible product choices for your home, but not at the expense of aesthetics, consider ECOWall Fresh by Goodrich. Think of it as simply stunning wallcovering, that just happens to be easy on the earth as it is on the eye.
For more information on ECOWall Fresh, visit www.goodrichglobal.com
Featured by Home@ Loving- June 2012
Photo by JJ, Ecowall Fresh Collection, Goodrich Wallcovering.