Meet the future of Green Climbing!
Greenholds’ circular system responds to the need for sustainability in climbing walls and provides a solution for gyms, schools and local communities looking to reduce their carbon footprint.
As a pioneering market leader in the world of indoor climbing, we’re constantly looking to the future, so joining Greenholds on its mission to make sportsclimbing more sustainable was an easy decision to make.
We’re excited to be involved in this new generation of climbing holds, beginning with both training and downclimbing holds, which are 100% recyclable and made in the Netherlands using raw materials from waste streams. This collaboration will see EP Climbing and Greenholds join forces to spread the word of sustainability. We believe that it’s crucial to improve our impact and we see this partnership as an exciting opportunity to drive forward sustainability.
Get ready to discover the fruit of years of research into materials and engineering! These wear-resistant, lightweight and easy-to-clean climbing holds deliver both high-end performance and a solution that protects the planet.
POSITIVE REVIEWS FROM CLIMBERS AND OWNERS
Following extensive testing in several climbing gyms over the past two years, they have received very positive reviews from climbers and owners. We believe that these new-generation holds have the power to inject some “green” into our industry!
WIN-WIN SOLUTION FOR BOTH SIDES
And, because it’s all about reducing the carbon footprint, you can return your used holds to us, which will then be reused as raw materials to be fed back into the production loop – a win for both business and the environment.
This system clearly demonstrates that it is possible to produce holds sustainably. As if that wasn’t enough of an incentive, when you return your used holds you’ll get a discount on your new ones.
WHEN CAN YOU TRY THEM OUT?
EP Climbing and Greenholds will be attending several trade events together this autumn:
- The ABC Conference in Rotherham (UK) on 14 and 15 September
- Salon de l’Escalade in Grenoble (France) on 29 and 30 September
- Vertical Pro in Friedrichshafen (Germany) on 24 and 25 November
Join us at our stand to find out more about this truly outstanding innovation for sustainability.
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