Plastic-free Hotel Key Card

Oomph Launches Plastic-free Hotel Key Card

A Plastic-free Hotel Key Card
Oomph Launches Plastic-free Hotel Key Card


UK company Oomph has launched a plastic-free hotel keycard for the sustainable hotelier, made entirely from wood fibre. With similar performance to plastic, the FSC approved Pulper® paper key card works with leading door lock manufacturers using contactless RFID and magnetic stripe technology.

”We've developed our natural wood fibre card in conjunction with the hospitality sector. Hotels, festivals and conferences consume vast amounts of single-use plastics and need to find substitutes that perform in much the same way. Pulper is the world’s most environmentally friendly card and offers a credible alternative to plastic” said Matt Payne, Managing Director for Oomph.

As part of its ongoing recycling effort, the company also produce an Original key card made from 60% recycled plastic. Both cards represent Oomph’s commitment to create a healthier planet through innovation — and help the company move a step closer to its goal of making its products using only recycled or renewable materials.

For FREE samples and more information on Pulper® from Oomph visit

About Oomph!

Oomph is the UK’s leading plastic card manufacturing company with over 500 million cards delivered to date. Founded in 2000, Oomph has designed, manufactured and distributed custom printed plastic cards to global hotel chains including Travelodge, Fairmont and Accor.

Author Bio

Matt Payne is a leading authority in RFID plastic card production with a passion for design and innovation. He’s a non-french speaking husband of a French wife and the father of two talented children, but he’s also been a pizza chef, a labourer, a call handler and a number of jobs you wouldn’t want your kids doing.  With over 25 years of experience and successes in plastic card solution delivery for KFC and Transport for Greater Manchester, his quest for ‘jargon-free’ simplicity infectiously continues. With a degree in marketing and a desire to improve the whole recycling process so “it’s as good as the Scandinavians” he wants to ensure his kids can enjoy the planet at it’s best.

Press Contacts

Matt Payne
+44 7540 722717

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