A google search for “eco-friendly surfboards” seems to provide many companies who provide such products. Traditional surfboards are loaded with polyurethane, which creates dangerous chemicals in the manufacturing process and taps limited petroleum resources. Designers have not yet come up with a “zero-impact” board, but there are a few better options. Bamboo Surfboards are binded with epoxy; Hess Surfboards integrates sustainably-harvested wood, fast-growing cork, and a recyclable foam; and Homeblown uses “biofoam,” a material made from soy (grown in the U.S.) in place of oil-based polyols.
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