Tailored for Sustainability: The Individuality of These Wooden Credit Cards
In a world of climate change and resource depletion, the Wood Card represents a tangible step towards more sustainable practices in the banking industry.
With responsible harvesting, the production of Wood Cards contributes to higher annual volume growth of trees and a greater capacity for CO2 storage.
Notably, producing approximately 100,000 cards requires just one cubic meter of round wood, swiftly regrowing in responsibly harvested forests.
The Wood Card's impact extends beyond responsible sourcing.
Its carbon footprint is potentially smaller than traditional PVC cards, with a complete Life Cycle Analysis (LCA) currently underway to provide definitive data.
The card's body is fully compostable, containing only wood, paper, and bio-adhesive, which reduces environmental impact at the end of its life cycle.
It removes the high toxicity of plastic components, with 0% plastic.
Addressing Eco-Concerns: The Sustainable Story of Wood Card
Customer feedback on the Thales Gemalto Wood Card has been overwhelmingly positive.
Our first adopters are pleasantly surprised by the exceptional quality of the card, noting its durability and premium feel.
However, we understand the concerns about the environmental implications of using wood. The card's journey from a responsibly harvested tree to your customer's wallet and eventually back to the earth as compost is a seamless cycle, mirroring a forest ecosystem's natural ebb and flow. By choosing the Thales Gemalto Wood Card, banks and their customers are part of a solution that supports sustainable forest management and contributes to the fight against climate change.
It is like opting for a renewable energy source over fossil fuel; it's a step towards perpetuating natural abundance.