Nike’s Sustainable Push Sees Play Environments Made From Rubbish

Nike’s Sustainable Push Sees Play Environments Made From Rubbish

Your footwear and sports courts could be made from plastic bottles and ground-up shoes

Azalea Pena
  • 14 june 2016

Nike recently shared its FY 14/15 sustainability report that plots in detail the company’s commitment to a closed-loop product manufacturing process. In simpler terms, Nike’s been doing great things in the recycled materials department the past few years: through Nike Grind, one of the most profitable shoe makers in the world is creating premium recycled materials sourced from an assemblage of plastic bottles and worn-out shoes.

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