Promoting sustainability, reducing carbon footprint and creating a circular system through game design

Intops launches innovative eco-friendly Tower Blocks as a part of their Revive Project from recycled plastic and wood waste.

Crafting an interactive game design –  Korean global manufacturer Intops brilliantly launches innovative sustainable ‘Tower Blocks’ as a part of their Revive Project from recycled plastic and wood waste. 

“Today, people look beyond convenience for better products – they seek the joy of ownership. 

There is a great challenge in transforming good designs into functional objects and we offer exactly this – based on creative thinking and endless passion” says Intops. 

Shedding light on concerning environmental issues – Intops provides a wide variety of the latest efficient technologies to support design.

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Skillfully capitalizing on experts with special knowledge of plastics, metals and so on with more than 30 years of proven production – their Revive Project is utilized to fabricate conceptual fresh new products with sustainable materials.

These minimalistic and geometric eco-friendly tower blocks in colorful soothing hues have the effect of recycling 44 disposable coffee cups or 135 disposable spoons that are discarded and most of all – it reduces carbon dioxide by about 81% compared to Jenga made from regular plastic material.

“Promoting sustainability and benefiting the environment by reducing carbon footprint – our aim is to create a circular system by greatly lowering emissions during manufacturing processes” Intops adds. 

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