Proudly Malaysian, this certified sustainable homeware range helps you go green

A set of three serving trays beautifully wrapped in batik cloth, making it a great gift. Photos: The Star/Yap Chee Hong

At the One Tech Green Factory, nothing is wasted – recycled wood is used to make furniture and even sawdust gets a second lifespan by being sold to other industries.

And it is precisely this waste-not spirit that first gave birth to Dapo, the first PEFC-certified homeware brand in Malaysia founded in 2015.

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