The R4 philosophy

Do I have to work hard to be sustainable? This is the question that people have been asking since the dawn of time or in my case for the last few years. The short answer: it depends The long answer:…

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On the importance of being hypoallergenic

The prefix “hypo” means low, below or less of. So when the prefix hypo is applied to allergens, we get hypoallergenic, a substance that is less allergic than normal. In other words a hypoallergenic substance is supposed to cause lesser…

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Sustainable by Design – To liquid or not to liquid

At Krya, sustainability, usability and beauty are the three core principles of product design. Sustainability forces constraints, as many cheap & easily available materials and processes are ruled out. But that’s okay, because it is difficult to design it into…

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Krya’s first sustainable goodie

Today is the first day, of a super exciting year. A brilliant day to talk about the first sustainable goodie from Krya. So we’ve made a detergent. By powdering a fruit. It washes really really well. In our washing machine.…

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Going Beyond Organic: Monoculture vs Polyculture

All the products we create at Krya, are made from plants and their parts: fruits, leaves, shoots, roots. An important part of being a sustainable company is to make informed choices that are sustainable to the system as a whole.…

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