THE THREE PILLARS OF SUSTAINABILITY
The three pillars of sustainability are a powerful toolfor defining the complete sustainability problem. This consists of at least the economic, social, and environmental pillars.
ZERO WASTE
19,70% CARBON FOOT
PRINT REDUCTION
01 // ENVIRONMENT
CLIMATE CHANGE

It is time for a wake-up call. Manufacturing is not immune from climate change effects, for as a sector it represents nearly one-fifth of domestic direct emissions, and it is indirectly responsible for an additional 11 percent of emissions through electricity use. 3D Bonding innovative technology is achieving a true low-carbon transition, including renewable energy, less transportation and less storage that reduces emissions, and strengthen climate resilience.

ALTERNATIVE ENERGY

We care about alternative energy because we see it as a way of mitigating climate change and addressing pollution. 3D Bonding technology uses 30% less energy than the traditional fabric process.

FAIR
LAND USE

In Simplicity Works we think about land use and we turn to environmental activism when we feel land is being appropriated unfairly. Our Eco Challange project is planned to grow in Elche Business Park, close to Alicante, Spain - one of the best Business Parks in Europe.

ENVIRONMENTAL ACTIVISM

We are clearly willing to engage in environmental activism to support causes we care about. Everything from the way that products are anufactured, displayed and advertised and how waste is recycled, will all work towards making us environmentally responsible.

POLLUTION

We are highlighting ways to prevent pollution. Pollution not only accelerates climate change, it can also have a number of other negative societal consequences.

3D Bonding production sites are planned to be located close to consumption eliminating fuel of long distance transportation, burning much less fossil fuels like gasoline and diesel.

WATER ACCESS
50% LESS WASTEWATER

3D Bondig needs 50% less leather or fabric which means 50% less wastewater. Because water recycling and wastewater treatment is a critical component to each and every industry, we provide cost-effective solutions of 3D Bonding industrial operations including water reuse in Eco 50% LESS WASTEWATER Challenge Project. 

ZERO WASTE

Eco Challenge project is Zero Waste manufacturing process. The waste material is recycled and reused.

 

3D Bonding Technology produces high performance products with low environmental impact. All the materials used for the production such as leather, textile, silicone, polyurethane and even the aluminium molds are recycled and reused.

It is a Zero Waste Manufacturing process which does not leave any mark on the planet.

3D Bonding is Zero Waste manufacturing process. The waste material is recycled and reused for shoe midsoles, ground parks and there is also an option to reuse it in building industry as a good sound a heat insulation material.

Recycling of TO WORK FOR Infinity Safety Shoe with the weight of 415g per shoe.

SOURCE MATERIALS

We use resources and raw materials such as leather, textile, mineral aluminium and oil which we transform and we use them for 3D Bonding process.

ECO CHALLENGE PROJECT
BUSINESS MODEL
 

Eco Challenge recycles and reuses waste material and collects old shoes which are crushed and the material is reused for shoe midsoles and ground parks.

Simplicity Works is economically healthy businesses and 3D Bonding creates new industry with minimal environmental impact. New approaches are explored in this section.

02 // SOCIETY
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

Simplicity Works focuses on factors which constitute health and quality of life to reach Human Wellbeing generally, depends on national habits, religion or generation influenced by our technology. Our goal is optimizing gross national happiness, by emphasizing harmony with nature and traditional values.

We have the desire to make a positive impact on the world. We are passionate about both environmental and social causes that are connected one to each other.

ENVIRONMENTAL EFFORTS

Simplicity Works business behaves ethically and contributes to economic development while improving the quality of life of the workforce and their families as well as the local community and society at large.

CARBON
FOOTPRINT

If we analyze an equivalent pair of shoes manufactured trough traditional methods, we observe that its carbon footprint is 8,76 kgCO2. To sum up, the 3D Bonding Technology allows a 19,70% reduction of the carbon footprint thus leading to a more eco-friendly manufacturing system.

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PHILANTROPHY

Because wearing shoes helps prevent the spread of parasitic diseases that plague an estimated billion people worldwide, they are a basic human necessity. And the reality of life for many individuals in impoverished parts of Africa, Asia, and South America is that shoes are a rarity. It is not uncommon for children to grow up in these areas without ever having had a pair of new shoes - or any shoes at all.

ETHICAL LABOR PRACTISES

By treating employees fairly and ethically, companies can demonstrate their social responsibility.

This is especially true of businesses that operate in international locations with labor laws of “cheap labor cost“ countries that differ from those in the United States or Europe where 3D Bonding Factories are planned to be located.

HEALTH BENEFITS

The biggest consumer health benefit using 3D Bonding Technology is that we can produce quality breathable leather shoes close to the market without increasing the final price.

Another consumer benefit using 3D Bonding is that the shoes are seamless. There is no overlap or stitching eliminating pressure zones of the shoe. 

ENVIRONMENTALLY
FRIENDLY
LEATHER SHOES

Leather shoes are Environmentally Friendly.

Rubber sneakers and synthetic shoes last for years in landfills. By repairing and replacing leather-soled shoes, they stay out of the landfills longer. And when it is time to dispose of them, leather is a natural, biodegradable product.

STEM
DISCIPLINES

STEM, which stands for science, technology, engineering, and math, has become popular among new generation - Gen Z. In fact, one study found that, unlike previous generations, the best Gen Z students are most attracted to STEM disciplines.

ANIMAL
RIGHTS

We care both about animal rights and environmental conservation. 3D Bonding technology bonds materials such as fabric, rubber, wood, metal and leather where there is approx a 50% savings of any material mentioned, including leather consumption in leather shoes manufacturing process.

HOMELAND
MADE

3D Bonding Technology produces locally, so the money that you spend stays where it is, in the same town where it started, supporting the local economy.

03 // ECONOMY
ENVIRONMENTAL EFFORTS

Economic sustainability is an integrated part of sustainability and means that we need to use, safeguard and sustain resources to create long-term sustainable values. Long-term costs for use of resources (human and material) are included in our economic calculations.

The value of Simplicity Works can be explained with help of indicators like added value, savings, patent and intangible assets with an economical ability to support a defined level of economic production indefinitely.
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