100% sustainable cotton, wood from responsible forests, plastic from renewable or recycled materials and bamboo, the material of the future. At IKEA we are committed to the environment and we have an aim: by 2030, 100% of our products will be made with recycled or renewable materials.
Did you know that…?Bamboo filters CO2 out of the air, produces oxygen and has a high growth rate. This makes it extremely sustainable.
Because wood is very important to us. We work to take care of the world’s forests through responsible wood management, making sure we have forests for everyone. Forever.
We have already started our journey towards this goal, with a plan to replace single-use plastic in our range. Also, we are now using different kinds of sustainable plastic in an increasing number of products.
It’s more sustainable than other materials and has many benefits, to both people and the planet. This is why we are increasingly using it as a material in our products.
We want to inspire you to live a healthier and more sustainable life at home. This is why we are going to show you a selection of simple and affordable ideas that will help you save, while taking care of the most precious resource we have: our planet.
Did you know that…?This LED bulb lasts up to 15000 hours. This means you could read for an hour every night for the next 41 years.
Our shower and kitchen faucets reduce the consumption of water thanks to their aerators which mix air and water while maintaining the ideal pressure.
Because LED bulbs consume up to 85% less energy than incandescent ones. Because they last 10 times more. Because they are mercury-free. Because they are the future. Because we care about the future.
Induction cooktops have a technology that transfers heat directly into cookware, making them more efficient, quick and precise. This way, you can keep taking care of the planet while cooking.
Food containers of the right material will preserve food fresh for longer. Also, you can see what is inside and discard less, reducing waste.
LADDA rechargeable batteries work with all kinds of products, from a sustainability perspective they are best in products with high energy consumption, like portable speakers, toys, flashlights or cameras.