Zero Kitchens



Zero Kitchens are completely sustainably sourced. The main component of their products is ECOboard which is manufactured from agrifibre (agricultural by-product such as straw, tomato vines, cotton stalks and any other seasonal crop waste) that is milled to form flakes. The flakes are then mixed with a specially designed formaldehyde-free resin (formaldehyde being used in the production of a great deal of widely used MDF) and compressed under high temperature to form a stable homogeneous panel. It has the same strength and fire resilience of MDF and chipboard, so will last just as long. The panels are also moisture resistant and therefore ideal for wet environments such as kitchens or bathrooms. Even the legs of the carcasses are constructed using totally recycled plastic which can be recycled at the end of the life of the kitchen. Visit their website for more information.