The fact that cork products are used is also very important from an ecological point of view, because they are renewable, long-lasting and help to absorb CO2. It is also worth noting that cork oak from which the bark is periodically extracted produces between 250% and 400% more cork than it would if left untouched, thereby increasing CO2 capture.

Choosing cork in preference to other materials promotes responsible consumption, both because of the product’s ecological characteristics and because it helps protect forests and biodiversity.

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