1. What materials are Hune items made of?
The plastic parts of our products are made with different types of post-consumer recycled plastic according to the necessary characteristics. Regarding the electronic components, unfortunately we have not yet found a better solution. For more details consult the Environmental Report of each of our products.
2. How do you choose which materials to use?
Conscientiously! We analyze the specific needs of each product to find an alternative that offers us the same characteristics, but with a smaller impact on the planet. We ponder until we find a balance that allows Hune to bring quality products with reduced environmental impact and that are accessible to people.
3. What is e-waste?
E-waste, also known as Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) or Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE), is all the garbage or scrap that is generated from the end of life of electronic products. This is the type of waste with the highest growth worldwide, which, by not being managed correctly, results in excessive pollution for the environment.
Products and use
1. What type/categories of items are they?
We develop electronic products for mobile devices, such as speakers, headphones, batteries, cables and chargers.
2. Can I request customization of any of the products?
We always like to hear new ideas and generate alliances! Leave us your information in the distributor form.
3. Do Hune products have the same functionalities as those that are not ecological?
Absolutely! Not only do we make sure to reduce the environmental impact of our products, but they are of excellent quality and design so that you fall in love with them.
4. Do they require special care?
They do not require any care other than usual. If you have more questions, you can consult the good practices for use that we recommend in the manual of each of our products.
5. What happens when the life cycle of one of your products ends?
Unfortunately, sooner or later this will happen. When it happens, you can see our E-Waste page to find out how to dispose of it correctly. Don't leave your mark!
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