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FEATURE: Eco Warriors

DKL has recently taken Wonderworld's new Eco series to market, showing its commitment to the environment.
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Eco-friendly practises are becoming an increasingly important part of the industry’s agenda, making commercial as well as environmental sense.

One of many firms taking a greener approach is Thailand-based wooden toy manufacturer, Wonderworld, by participating in a localised tree re-planting scheme and manufacturing a range of educational games and toys to raise awareness of environmental issues.

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