Lately there’s been concern in the mountain bike industry about carbon frames and their environmental impact. Critics claim that carbon frame construction is resource intensive, produces large amounts of waste that cannot be recycled, and the unsustainable nature of production makes it unethical. “Ocean Fill” became the buzzword for this viral movement, implying that leftover carbon waste may ultimately end up floating in the ocean.
Peter Sagan’s brother decided to abandon a carbon fiber product launch after seeing how carbon waste was handled in Taiwan and China.
For us at TEAM ROBOT, that’s not a chance we’re willing to take. We don’t want you to live in uncertainty and fear about where your carbon waste may or may not end up. If you mail your leftover carbon production waste, broken carbon components, or outdated frames to us at:
5764 Georgia Ave NW
Washington, DC 20011
We will work around the clock to make sure your carbon waste products are dumped directly into the Pacific Ocean. You can rest easy with our guarantee, knowing with certainty where your waste is headed.
We’re also looking to expand into batteries and outdated cell phones.