Artrix Green Vape Program (AGVP)
Cannabis Vape ODM Solution for Industry Sustainability
Leading the Way in Eco-Friendly Cannabis Vape
AGVP, an industry-leading eco-friendly ODM solution tailored for the creation of fully recyclable cannabis vapes hardware. This initiative aims to transform the cannabis vape landscape by prioritizing environmental sustainability. In an era where eco-consciousness is paramount, Artrix stands at the forefront, offering a collaborative platform to cannabis brands committed to making a positive impact on the environment through sustainable cannabis vape hardware manufacturing.
What Does Artrix Green Vape Program Offer?
Currently, AGVP introduced the first sustainable PoC (Proof of Concept) product, Eco Bar disposable vape. It is manufactured with EcoTear design and recyclable materials to reduce waste output and energy reliance. The PoC product is Artrix's significant practice to reduce our impact on the environment in disposable vape production.
Not only this product project, AGVP continually provides a trailblazing partnership opportunity for cannabis brands with a vision for eco-friendly cannabis vape products. Whether your focus is on developing 510 threaded cartridges, batteries, pod systems, disposable vapes, or other innovations you desire, Artrix's dedicated product development team collaborates with you to design a green innovation.
Why Should You Join Artrix Green Vape Program?
Our mission is crystal clear: to work closely with you in designing and manufacturing cannabis vape devices that achieve 100% recyclability. Embracing Artrix Green Vape Program equips you with a comprehensive ODM solution to craft an exclusive eco-friendly cannabis vape hardware.
Artrix's team of experts will be your guiding force, from the initial concept stage to the successful market launch, addressing every challenge along the way. Our commitment includes:
- Material Innovation
- Design Excellence
- 100% Recyclability
- Oil Filling and Packaging Solutions
- Data-Driven Strategy
- Customized Marketing Support
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From the beginning, VisionSpring has been our primary partner in the Buy a Pair, Give a Pair program. We’ve supported their social entrepreneurship model internationally, which makes it possible for low-income men and women to acquire and sell radically affordable eyeglasses, earn a living, and care for their families. In addition to providing vocational training, this model makes eyecare significantly more accessible in communities with few or no other options. Over 50% of VisionSpring’s customers are getting glasses for the very first time.
In 2015, we created Pupils Project, our program with a number of organizations and local government agencies, like the Department of Education in New York City and the Department of Health in Baltimore, that provides free vision screenings, eye exams, and glasses to schoolchildren. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, vision disability is the single most prevalent disabling condition among children in the U.S.; our Pupils Project model eliminates barriers to access by providing free prescription glasses and meeting children in their classrooms, where vision issues often first come to light. We also support a similar school-based model in Mexico, with the organization Ver Bien, that helps bring glasses to elementary public school students across the country.
As part of our Pupils Project program in Baltimore, our partners at Johns Hopkins University spent many years studying the impact of school-based vision interventions on academic outcomes—essentially, the effect glasses might have on a student's performance in school. This is a topic that had never been studied in a rigorous academic setting before, and we were proud to partner with Hopkins to provide the glasses for this first-of-its-kind work.
The study, which was published in Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) Ophthalmology in September 2021, found that reading scores increased significantly for students who got glasses—and there was also significant improvement in math for students in elementary grades. The improvements were most striking for girls, special education students, and students who had been among the lowest performing.
The overall gains for students who received glasses were equivalent to adding two to four months of education onto the school year; for students in the lowest quartile or participating in special education, wearing glasses had an impact that equated to four to six months of additional learning. In comparison to other widely used educational interventions, the impact of eyeglasses is larger than that measured for providing students with computers, extending the school day, or attending urban charter schools. For students performing in the lowest quartile at baseline and those in special education, the impact from eyeglasses was also more powerful than tutoring, the most effective educational intervention known. These are incredibly powerful findings, and we can’t wait until every child has the glasses they need to learn and succeed.
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