Biobased Product | SDG 8, 12, 13, 15
Anchoring trees after planting is necessary to ensure that the tree does not get blown immediately after planting. Over time, the roots of the tree take over the function of the ground anchors.
The ground anchors, made from starch, biodegradable over time. The same applies to the rope that is used. This is made from corn and is biodegradable as well.
This system was developed by Natural Plastics and is made from renewable materials leaving no pollution in the environment.
% lower maintainance
kg CO2 emissions
% renewable material
% improved biodiversity
The Eco Keeper is 100% cheaper in the maintenance phase compared to the use of tree posts.
The Eco Keepers are made from 100% by products from agriculture and horticulture. The product is 100% biodegradable at the end of its life.
Because of the use of residual streams, no trees are felled. This trees capture about 800 kg/CO2 emissions.
The Eco Keeper allows the tree trunk to move in a natural way so that the hair roots grow faster.
More products for Eco Keepers
Attach the ground ankers
Natural Plastics developed a rope from only biological polymers. The quality, strength and use is comparable to polypropylene and nylon.
Unlike nylon, the rope is fully compostable and contains no negative substances for the environment. The rope is used with Natural Plastics’ patented underground tree anchoring system.
Aeration and water regulation
Natudrain is a flexible drainage pipe. Until recently, these drains were mostly made from polluting PVC.
NatuDrain is 100% biodegradable and compostable and contains no additives that are harmful to the environment. NatuDrain was developed in collaboration with the Pipelife company.
Protection sheet for the roots
Natusheet is used for water casting edges, root guidance, protection of infrastructure, bamboo protector, mole protector etc.
The material is made entirely from organic polymers, is biodegradable and compostable. The sheets do not contain any negative additives in contrast to various other used plastics, which can be harmful to the environment.