Private Case eco-luxe products are made sustainably of recycled materials, with the smallest possible carbon footprint. All products are made in Finland. The materials used including cardboard, paper and leather are carefully selected, certified recycled materials. The manufacturing process of the raw-materials strives to cause minimal environmental impact. By using Private Case products, you do less harm to the environment without having to compromise functionality and the Nordic lifestyle!
Regenerated leather is made from the leftovers from shoe and bag manufacturers. We only approve raw materials from suppliers approved by CITES (Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora). Regenerated leather is made of 90% renewable natural materials and does not contain synthetic fibers. The material is OEKO-TEX® certified.
Recycled cardboard is made 100% of waste paper. Energy and water consumption are minimized in the manufacturing process and the material is dyed without harmful substances. The material has been granted the “Blue Angel Eco-label”, the oldest international environmental label.
In addition to dyed cardboard, we use FSC® (Forest Stewardship Council) -certified recycled cardboard in selected products. FSC® certified products have been produced using material from responsible sources. The raw material is made from recycled materials certified and approved by the organization.
The paper used by Private Case is high quality offset paper made from 100% wood- free recycled paper. The paper has been granted the FSC® and ”EU Ecolabel” environmental labels. The recycled paper and the original ink of the pulp have been cleaned using a process chlorine free technology that causes minimal harm to the environment.
The printing for Private Case products is outsourced. Companies selected as subcontractors strive to minimize harmful effects of dyes. We use both silk screen printing and offset printing depending on the products. Offset printing uses an environmentally friendly non-chemical printing process in combination with vegetable based inks.