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Sporting Goods

Reducing Manufacturing Waste, Reducing Landfill, and End-of-Life solutions in the Sporting Goods Industry

ACTION SPORTS
RE-IMAGINED

Connora is pioneering zero-landfill manufacturing and closed-loop materials for hardgoods in the Action Sports Industry. With market leaders in snow sports and surfing, we are working collaboratively with brands and manufacturers to build recyclable composite products, and re-integrate their manufacturing waste back into valuable products.

By recycling materials that previously were landfilled, Connora is helping reduce the overall cost of goods and positively affecting the bottom line for brands and manufacturers alike. Finished products are also recyclable, providing an end-of-life solution for these industries.

RECYCLAMINE® EPOXY RESIN SYSTEM

Recyclamine® is a drop-in replacement to standard epoxies and compatible with standard thermoset manufacturing processes

REDUCE

Reduce or eliminate composite manufacturing waste

RECYCLE

End-of-life products can be recycled back into high-performance

RECAPTURE

Recapture valuable composite materials in virgin quality form

REUSE

Repurpose recovered elements into the manufacture of new downstream products

NICHE/CONNORA TECHNOLOGIES Snowboard project

The World's First 100%
Recyclable Snowboard

Connora has teamed up with Niche Snowboards, a pioneer in creating performance oriented products that embrace being eco-friendly. The goal was to create a snowboard that maximized performance while synergistically minimizing all impacts on the environment - a 100% recyclable board using environmentally conscious materials and manufacturing practices. Connora's Recyclamine® technology was the ideal drop-in resin system to facilitate this snowbaord's manufacture.

The Recyclamine@ Epoxy Resin System and Niche's unique expertise and experience are a perfect match, providing a glimpse into the future of composites manufacturing.  Merging cost savings (via manufacturing waste recycling), performance materials and a minimal environmental footprint - the way is now clear to re-imagine what a composite product is capable of.

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