In the world of boat shows, there was always an air of anticipation, a promise that visitors would find something special to take home. Whether it was a some fishing gear or a cutting-edge piece of technology, there was an unspoken understanding that these shows were a treasure trove of surprises waiting to be discovered.
Often, amidst the sea of products, shows yielded some gems. One such gem had recently earned its well-deserved recognition at the Sydney Boat Show Sustainability Awards.
The product was Kingpin Activated Bamboo Charcoal Air Purifier.
This creation aimed to do more than just cleanse the air; it sought to redefine how boat aficionados managed their interior spaces. The secret lay in the pyrolysis method that transformed bamboo charcoal into carbon-neutral biochar. This ingenious biochar possessed the remarkable ability to capture and trap pollutants on its micro-porous surface. When exposed to the sun’s gentle UV rays, it liberated these trapped impurities, rejuvenating itself for recycling and reuse.
The journey of this innovative product began with a pressing need. Extensive market research had exposed a glaring void in the world of boat interiors. The available deodorisers were either ineffective toxic sprays, disposable gels that left behind contaminants, or expensive electric dehumidifiers. It was clear that boat enthusiasts needed a solution to combat the issues of dampness and odours on board.
Enter the revolutionary world of sustainable biochar, elegantly packaged in designer linen bags weighing 500 grams and 200 grams. These unassuming Eco Packs held the power to maintain fresh and fragrant interiors while championing the cause of sustainability.
The advantages were numerous: affordability and cost-effectiveness for boat owners, 24/7 odour control through carbon-neutral adsorption, and the promise of fragrance-free living spaces. What set these Bamboo Charcoal Eco Packs apart was their complete recyclability, leaving behind no disposable waste, thus contributing to the preservation of waterways and aquatic ecosystems.
But why bamboo, you might ask? The answer was simple. Bamboo, a symbol of nature’s resilience and balance, stood as one of the eco-friendliest plants on our planet. It grew at a staggering pace, rejuvenating itself effortlessly, demanding no harmful pesticides, and drawing all the nourishment it required from the purest source—natural rainfall.
Recognising its contribution to sustainability, the Boating Industry Association to award the product with a special recognition.
For more information, or to buy the product visit: https://www.kingpinpegs.com.au/