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Environmental Guidelines

Our Duty To This Planet…
At Hexdevices, we prioritize environmental friendliness and circularity in every aspect of our operations, from production to the sale of our products. Our commitment to sustainability is reflected in our adherence to a set of guiding principles, with an emphasis on following the “R” ladder but also incorporating additional strategies to minimize waste and promote longevity.
Hexdevices is dedicated to promoting a culture of repairability.

We offer customers a 5-year warranty on all our products, with the option for affordable repairs even after the warranty period has expired. Our products are designed with modularity and durability in mind, allowing for easy repairs and upgrades. By prioritizing repair, we extend the lifespan of our devices and reduce unnecessary waste.

We encourage customers to resell our products rather than disposing of them.

By extending the lifecycle of our devices, we reduce waste and contribute to a more sustainable economy. Our products are designed with timeless aesthetics and durable materials, ensuring that they retain their value over time.

Hexdevices prioritizes responsible recycling practices for end-of-life products.

We advise customers to follow local guidelines and regulations regarding e-waste disposal. By recycling materials from retired devices, we minimize the environmental impact of our operations and contribute to the circular economy.

We operate with a lean inventory management system, keeping our stock levels low to minimize excess production and waste.

By adopting a just-in-time approach, we reduce the environmental footprint associated with excess inventory and storage.

Hexdevices is dedicated to maintaining a low environmental footprint in our laboratory and factory operations.

We implement energy-efficient practices, waste reduction measures, and sustainable resource management strategies to minimize our impact on the environment.

We empower customers to take control of their devices through the right to repair movement.

Our products are designed with simplicity and user-friendliness in mind, and we provide comprehensive support and resources for DIY repairs. By enabling customers to repair their own devices, we promote a sense of ownership, sustainability, and self-sufficiency.

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    R-ladder as in the monitoring of the National Circular Economy Program (
      The R-ladder indicates the level of circularity. The R-ladder has six steps (R1 to R6) representing different circularity strategies. Strategies higher on the ladder save more raw materials. The higher a strategy is on the R-ladder, the more circular it is, with R1 being the highest step.


      R1. Refuse and Rethink

      Move away from products or materials you don’t really need. Make a product redundant by avoiding its function or delivering it with a radically different product.

      Intensify product use (e.g., by sharing products via platforms or using multifunctional products).


      R2. Reduce

      Use raw materials more efficiently by consuming fewer raw materials during production and product use.


      R3. Re-use

      Reuse discarded but still usable products in the same function by other users. Think, for example, of designs for longer lifespans. There are various platforms that give used products a second life.


      R4. Repair, Refurbish, Remanufacture, and Repurpose

      Repair and maintain broken products for use in their original function to extend product lifespans.

      Refurbish older products and/or modernize them. Create new products from old ones.

      Use parts of discarded products in new products with the same or different functions.


      R5. Recycling

      Process materials into raw materials of the same (high-quality) or lower (low-quality) quality than the original raw material. Think of processing and reusing raw materials and waste streams or waste, such as grass, waste wood, and coffee grounds.


      R6. Recover

      Burn materials with energy recovery. In a circular economy, as few materials as possible end up at this step.

      In short: Reduce, reuse, recycle

      • Reduce (R1 and R2): At the top of the ladder is reducing consumption and production and making and using products smarter.
      • Re-use (R3 and R4): In the middle is extending the lifespan of products and components.
      • Recycle (R5 and R6): At the bottom is the useful application of materials that would otherwise be disposed of.