Waste becomes a resource. All biodegradable material returns to nature and what is not biodegradable is reused. Use as many biodegradable materials as possible in the manufacture of godos so that they can return to nature without causing environmental damage when they reach the end of their useful life.


Re-use gives waste a second chance. When waste is reused, the material of the rejected object is not changed, but simply reused for another purpose. In this sense, once the waste has been generated, reuse is the most sustainable process as it allows for further use without investing large amounts of money in its transformation.


This is a physical-chemical or mechanical process that consists of subjecting a material or product that has already been used to a total or partial treatment cycle to obtain a raw material or a new product. It could also be defined as the obtaining of raw materials from waste, which are reintroduced into the life cycle (glass, paper, cardboard, metal, etc.).


Small-scale local production defends an alternative way of doing things, promoting the power of the place where things are made, the design, the quality of the materials as opposed to the main motivation of the globalised model: cost optimisation.

A more leisurely production, which prioritises local materials, which values singularities and which is capable of defining itself and adapting to the new times, as it integrates technologies without losing its essence.