The 'Tower Blocks' are an eco-friendly take on the classic tabletop pastime achieved with a blend of unexpected materials for players to appreciate. The game consists of hollow pieces with a chevron skeleton inside for support, which are each constructed out of a mix of recycled plastic and wood waste to give them a sustainable edge. The game thus maintains a low carbon footprint with a reduced cost over virgin materials and a commitment towards a circular economy.
The 'Tower Blocks' come in leaf, sand and flower color options, and have a reduced CO2 consumption that's 81% lower than alternatives on the market. The game makes use of up to 540-grams of recycled plastic and 143-grams of discarded wood per set.
The 'Tower Blocks' are Made with Recycled Plastic and Wood Waste
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