PlanToys® are made from natural rubber wood trees that no longer produce latex. To keep the wood pure, no fertilizer is added to the soil three years prior to cut the trees down. To strengthen the wood, PlanToys® uses a chemical-free kiln-drying process.
PlanToys® is assembled using a certified E-Zero formaldehyde free glue in place of traditional toxic wood glue. PlanToys® commits itself to find the best eco-friendly material. The organic color is not only good for children but also for our environment. PlanToys® does not use chemical dyes containing lead or any other heavy metals.
Recycled paper and Soy ink are used for our printed materials. Soy ink is more readily biodegradable and can be recycled more efficiently than standard chemical ink.
Surplus wood pieces from our production are also used in our Biomass generator to produce electricity for the whole factory and villages around the PlanToys® factory.
The Children Museum’s lighting and power are generated by solar panels. This form of energy helps reduce electricity usage and waste.
Quality Assurance testing is conducted with state of the art equipment at an on-site laboratory prior to sending toys out for third party international testing. All PlanToys® products exceed international safety standards including both ASTM (USA) and EN71 (Europe).