Pathframe WPC Hollow Solutions: Framing Sustainable Future

The Pathframe’s Wood Polymer Composites (WPCs) hollow frames and pre-hung total door solutions perfectly fit into some of the goals of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (in effect since 2017), which is actually a blueprint for a more sustainable future for one and all.

If we pay close attention and see where the WPC-based solutions fit the bills of SDGs then it can be observed that WPCs play a pivotal role in at least seven listed goals. And they are Decent Work & Economic Growth, Industry, Innovation & Infrastructure, Sustainable Cities & Communities, Responsible Consumption & Production, Climate Action, Life on Land and Partnership.

Let’s examine how Pathframe’s WPCs can go a long way in comprehensively aligning itself with some of the listed SDGs and help in facilitating a sustainable future by doing its bits and pieces in personal and professional spaces.

Decent Work & Economic Growth: Every new business domain comes not only with an increased possibility of new work opportunities but also created more ways than one for associated ancillary works. And WPC-based solutions are one such domain that is not only creating new kinds of work opportunities redefined from its traditional peer segment but also thrusting the need for new research and development. And, thereby, creating increased opportunities which are promising for new employment and clients’ satisfaction and rewarding for the industry to boost the economy with possibilities of increased growth potentials. According to a market research firm the global market size is projected to cross $11 billion by 2029, at a cumulative average growth rate (CAGR) of 9.35 per cent.

Industry, Innovation & Infrastructure: The WPC-based solutions are sure to boost the industry as it demands more innovation which will go serve the infrastructure development a long way. The segment may seem it’s in its infancy. However, with the kind of all-around government support provided to innovate and develop the sector to be a better alternative to wood, the WPC market is set to go to the next level where both governments and corporations, both are going to be the winners. As the WPCs help reduce waste creation and the majority of WPC solutions are 100 per cent recyclable and promote green solutions. Moreover, WPCs solutions consist of plastics (otherwise proving detrimental to the human society and environment) and similar waste up to 75 per cent, it’s a domain for the industry to heavily invest on and use in various infrastructure projects.

Sustainable Cities & Communities: As the WPCs are made up of plastics up to 75 per cent, it helps communities and cities to get rid of plastic, which is otherwise harmful if lay there as waste. The WPCs are making sure by recycling the plastics — and mixing them with wood floor/powder and additives – and converting them into more sustainable products which will make cities and communities become more sustainable.

Responsible Consumption & Production: The WPC-based solutions have the distinction of producing almost zero waste. As the solutions so developed are composite and are completely manufactured, which allows the industry to control the waste created in the process by deploying intelligent and smart technology. So, there is almost zero waste creation at the manufacturing level. And then it goes into installation, the WPC-based solutions are fitted as the pieces of jigsaw puzzles with the deployment of master skill. And in the process too, no waste is created at the site, meaning a waste-free installation. Moreover, these solutions have long lives without inviting any maintenance post installations. Meaning the maximum value in return post-investment.

Climate Action: Most of the WPCs are designed and developed to support green solutions. And by virtue of recycling plastics, otherwise a global menace, into a sustainable product goes a long way in contributing to climate action. As WPCs are manufactured by recycling plastics to varying scales, so it definitely does its role in helping the climate by reducing the accumulation of global plastic waste.

Life on Land: The severity of the plastic menace can be understood from the fact that microplastics (plastic less than 5 mm in length) have made their way to human breast milk, says the recent research published in the journal Polymers. It’s alarming as it may seem, especially in light of how the seas are contaminated with plastics, as it is going to impact life on land. Be it stray cattle easting along streets or burning of the same further polluting the air, plastics impacting life on land. And the WPC-based solutions, which primarily use plastics in bulk and convert them into more sustainable future products, can be the best bet for all forms of life on earth.

Partnership: And to make that happen, more meaningful partnerships (between public and private sectors) are the need of the hour to take care of the plastic menace turning into better, sophisticated and future-friendly sustainable solutions. It does not only address the plastic menace up to a very large scale but also has comprehensive potential to help and contribute to achieving some of the SDGs, in order to make life better on earth. The partnerships — whether between governments, private entities, or between public and private sectors – can go a long way not only to help develop the potential of WPC market share but also its positive impact on channeling towards a sustainable future.

With a vision to develop and deliver more sustainable future products to the people world around, Pathframe started its journey a couple of years back and is now reaping the rewards of the visionary investment path it took. The Pathframe’s WPC hollow door frames and door solutions always deliver the best in design, product and service with zero complaints, so far. So, if you are looking for a WPC-based door frame and door solutions, come give us a visit to the website and have a comprehensive insight into the product, service and more in detail.

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