Biodegradable (EBT) GlovesSHOWA Biodegradable (EBT) Gloves
Safety hand gloves should add a layer of protection against potential hazards in your work environment—but not at the expense of our planet. SHOWA biodegradable eco-best technology (EBT) gloves are designed with that in mind. They offer exceptional protection from dirt, grime, chemical exposure, abrasion, and other potential hazards without damaging our ecosystems.
About SHOWA Biodegradable (EBT) Gloves
SHOWA biodegradable gloves are the first of their kind. Our revolutionary EBT uses organic additives and fibers with minimal impact on our ecosystem. Since EBT contains organic materials, when disposed of, microbes are attracted to it as a nutrient source. The microbes then consume, metabolize, and break it down into three natural compounds: organic soil, methane, and carbon dioxide. The glove material undergoes complete degradation within five years.
Benefits of SHOWA Biodegradable (EBT) Gloves
SHOWA biodegradable gloves are the way to go for the following reasons:
Sustainability and Improved Environmental Performance
Given the astronomical amounts of waste making its way to landfills and oceans daily, the world could use more sustainable products. SHOWA EBT gloves aren’t just sustainable—they promote environmental performance since they’re eventually converted to nitrous waste and biogases that are highly beneficial to our ecosystem.
Lower Glove Treatment Costs
These SHOWA gloves are sustainable. This significantly reduces treatment costs and allows you to save on operational costs.
Promote Green Policies
By equipping your employees with biodegradable gloves, you encourage them to adopt green sustainable purchasing policies, and consequently, a more conscious lifestyle.
Shop Our Range of Biodegradable Gloves Today
Sustainability isn’t just a commitment—it’s part of SHOWA’s legacy and is at the heart of all we do. Developed in 2012, our EBT pushed the boundaries of sustainability in PPE. Our gloves offer utmost protection against potential hazards without sacrificing the environment.