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Saving water

Sustainability is now firmly integrated into our everyday lives. We buy second-hand, we reuse and upcycle, we try our hand at DIY projects, we buy seasonally and regionally. All these measures ultimately aim to save as many resources as possible. Responsible use of water as a resource always plays a special role. In the following, we would like to address the question: How can I save water in everyday life and optimise my water consumption?

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Garden toilets by TROBOLO®

If you own a garden or an allotment, you probably know the problem – sanitary facilities haven’t been installed or aren’t even legally permitted. On this page, you’ll find out how you don’t have to do without a comfortable toilet solution in your garden or allotment despite this. Here, you’ll find everything you need to know about garden toilets.

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Sustainability on the road: van life and camping fact check

Van Life: From trend to lifestyle. More and more people choose to go into nature.

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Function of the TROBOLO® Separating Toilet System

The special mode of operation of separating toilets and composting toilets with a separation system may appear somewhat experimental to some people and may create some reservations.

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Certified sustainability with TROBOLO®

Now that we have achieved FSC® certification, we can proudly demonstrate that we have succeeded in putting our sustainable principles into practice: TROBOLO® is a certified sustainable company whose products are manufactured in an environmentally friendly manner. Here you can find out more information about exactly what the FSC® seal stands for and why certification is so important to us in this organisation.

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Zero Waste – more than just waste reduction

The Zero Waste movement is on the rise. Avoiding waste in order to protect the environment is the basis for many of their daily activities. Companies, hotels, restaurants and even entire cities are joining this movement and are looking for ways to reduce the flood of waste. But the very idea of Zero Waste goes beyond just waste reduction. It is therefore extra interesting to take a closer look at this topic.

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