Since our inception and well before it became a global necessity, sustainable design and manufacturing has been part of our DNA. It’s who we are, not simply what we do. 
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Woven Image pioneered the production of high-performance acoustic finishes and textiles using recycled materials, predominately post-consumer PET plastic, making a direct contribution towards achieving a circular economy.


With 275 million tonnes of plastic waste generated globally each year, Woven Image is proving that PET waste can be successfully upcycled into a value-added resource that meets growing market demand for acoustic finishes. 

Here's what we've achieved since 2004.....

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We've recycled 6,586 tonnes

of PET plastic to make our acoustic products.

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We've diverted329 million

600ml plastic drink bottles, from landfill and waterways.

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Saved 7,771 tonnes

of Carbon Dioxide from entering the atmosphere.

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Prevented 155 million

black balloons, filled with carbon pollution, from warming our planet.

Whilst we are proud of our sustainability journey to date, we remain unequivocally committed to further reducing the environmental and social impacts of our products and operations.  

By 2030 we will reduce our greenhouse gas emissions by 50% whilst maintaining a positive social impact.

That’s a big claim, but our dedicated sustainability team alongside external experts are developing a roadmap, in line with climate science, that will see us achieving operational and product climate neutrality, then net zero and, ultimately, climate positivity. 


The actions we are taking to achieve our goals involve a holistic approach, encompassing our products, the planet and its people. These elements form the Woven Image Pillars of Sustainability; Product Stewardship, Climate Leadership and Social Responsibility.

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Our approach to product stewardship incorporates circular economy principles.

We see value in waste and aim to keep materials circulating in the economy. In 2023 we utilised 765 tonnes of recycled PET plastic in our products. By using recycled rather than virgin fibre, we prevented the equivalent of 38.2 million 600ml plastic bottles from entering landfill or our oceans, and stopped 902 tonnes CO2-eq greenhouse gases from entering the atmosphere.

Our design team puts resource efficiency, dematerialisation and minimising environmental impacts at the heart of its thinking. This results in products that are not only beautiful, but functional and highly durable, with a timeless aesthetic to ensure their longevity.

We continue to invest in end-of-life recovery programmes for our products, and actively encouraging our customers to utilise our take-back scheme.

Taking the next step in our robust decarbonisation journey, we have neutralised EchoPanel® portfolio’s carbon emissions from cradle-to-gate. Since 2023, EchoPanel® is a certified Carbon Neutral Product by Climate Active. We have followed the science-based measures from the government-backed voluntary initiative, Climate Active, to reduce, remove and offset our carbon emissions. On top of our existing commitments, we partnered with South Pole to invest in worldwide projects that reduce and remove carbon emissions while providing social, cultural and economic benefits to the region.

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Adopting renewable energy and dedicated to decarbonisation.

In 2023 we consumed 157.768 MWh from our solar array for manufacturing. This saved an estimated 125 tonnes CO2-eq which would otherwise have been generated from purchased grid energy.

Since the completion of our third solar array installation in June 2023, our regional production hub produced 334 MWh of solar energy in 2023, which puts us on track to meet the predicted tripling of our annual solar production from the average 120MWh annual production reported in 2022. Emissions from solar arrays are <4% of the emissions generated from non-renewables.

We are committed to further investment in renewable energy to reduce our scope 2 emissions and will continue offsetting our unavoidable operational emissions in partnership with Greenfleet, through regenerative carbon removal projects. Since 2017 we have offset 5,153 tCO2eq through donations and our contribution has resulted in the equivalent of over 10,500 native trees and shrubs being planted in biodiverse forests, that also provide vital habitats for endangered wildlife. 

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Committed to transparency and sustainable development for the wellbeing of people and our planet.

We provide product impact data, ingredient and supply chain transparency. By partnering with the International Living Future Institute, Global GreenTag™ and Australasian EPD, we ensure our supply chain and building code compliance data is independently verified, allowing our products to be specified with confidence in projects across the globe.

We aim to maximise sustainable materials and Indoor Environment Quality (IEQ) credits under global green building tools like Green Star, LEED v4.1, BREEAM® and the WELL Building Standard™.

By continually auditing our supply chain, we guarantee our values are highly maintained in areas such as human rights and labour standards, and align our practices, products, and investments with key UN Sustainable Development Goals.