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HOW BIG IS
THE PLASTIC PROBLEM


Its estimated about 130,000 tonnes of Australian plastic ends up in our waterways and oceans each year.

The problem with plastic is that most of it
IS NOT  biodegradable. It doesn't rot, like paper or food, so instead it can hang around in the environment for hundreds of years.

Each year, 400 million tonnes of plastic is produced and 40 % of that is single-use plastic we'll only use once before it's binned. Rombus has a unique system that uses PP plastics (polypropylene) to form the new Rombus grid mesh.

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OUR GREATEST THREAT CLIMATE CHANGE


Climate change is impacting human lives and health in a variety of ways. It threatens the essential ingredients of good health clean air, safe drinking water, nutritious food supply, and safe shelter - and has the potential to undermine decades of progress in global health and sustainability.

In order for future generations to enjoy the world as we know it we need to make a change today.

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WASTE WARRIORS &
SUSTAINABILITY ADVOCATES


We care about people, the planet and business sustainability and have the following core values. that are demonstrated through all aspects of Rombus Industries actions.

Our Mission

Provide a stronger, greener, cheaper and faster solution to the building industry by reducing carbon emissions by an average of 60%, generating carbon credits for businesses all whilst combating our planets greatest recycling challenges namely plastic and rubber.

Our team has pioneered a unique and effective approach to sustainable pavement solutions, utilising recycled plastic, rubber and other waste building materials to construct our primary product Rombus Grid an alternative to asphalt and/or concrete.

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THE GREAT
OCEAN CLEANUP


Having grown up in Australia which is essentially a large island naturally the sea formed a large part of our upbringing. Enjoying nature and all the oceans have to offer is close to our hearts and we are determined to see future generations enjoy the same.

Rombus has partnered with the ocean cleanup and donates part of its profits to this extremely important initiative. By supporting us we, in turn, are doing our bit to ensure future generations are able to experience the same incredible experiences we have had.


OVER 5 TRILLION
PIECES OF PLASTIC
CURRENTLY LITTER THE OCEAN
Trash accumulates in five ocean garbage patches, the largest one being the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, located between Hawaii and California. If left to circulate, the plastic will impact our ecosystems, health, and economies. Solving it requires a combination of closing the source, and cleaning up what has already accumulated in the ocean.
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