Every carat of diamond created by Veynou saves
3,887 liters of water
More than 1,000 tons of earth
102 kg CO2 emissions
100% diamond, 0% mined - Veynou makes the difference
The conventional extraction of diamonds from mines has devastating effects on both people and the environment. From human rights violations and child labor in mines, to financing wars through the sale of diamonds from conflict regions, and from erosion and deforestation to the destruction of animal habitats, as well as the pollution of water, soil and air - all these negative consequences can be attributed to diamond mining. By choosing our lab-grown diamonds, we can avoid these harmful effects, combining sustainability and luxury in the process.
Created for eternity, without compromises
The eco-friendly beauty of lab grown diamonds
The symbiosis of brilliance and sustainability
Thanks to advanced technologies, we can now produce 100% real diamonds sustainably and of excellent quality in the laboratory, without any negative consequences for nature and people. Compared to mined diamonds, each carat of lab-grown diamonds saves around 3887 liters of water and more than 1000 tons of soil, with only a fraction of CO2 emissions generated. The production takes place without any child labor and under controlled conditions in a safe environment. Welcome to the future of diamond jewelry, welcome to Veynou.
Frequently asked Questions
What makes VEYNOU created Diamonds more sustainable than mined diamonds?
VEYNOU created Diamonds are created in controlled laboratory environments, thus avoiding the negative environmental impact caused by the mining of natural diamonds. The process requires far less energy, conserves natural resources and prevents land and water pollution. In addition, no human or animal habitats are affected and no social conflicts arise from diamond mining.
How are diamonds made?
Lab grown diamonds are created using state of the art CVD technology. Here, a diamond seed crystal is brought together with gases containing carbon, so that a rough diamond grows atom by atom.
Are lab grown diamonds environmentally friendly?
Yes, lab grown diamonds are an environmentally friendly alternative to traditional mined diamonds. The controlled manufacturing process avoids the impact of diamond mining on ecosystems and landscapes and minimizes energy consumption. In addition, the working conditions in the laboratory are safer and more ethical than in mines.
What about social responsibility for lab-grown diamonds?
Lab grown diamonds offer an ethical alternative as they are created without labor exploitation or environmental pollution. Because they are made in controlled laboratories, working conditions are safe and fair, and there is no connection to conflict or human rights abuses often associated with diamond mining.
Are lab grown diamonds more sustainable than mined diamonds, despite the power consumption?
It is true that the production of lab grown diamonds requires electricity. However, the energy consumption is many times lower compared to the environmental impact and resource consumption caused by the mining of natural diamonds. In addition, the energy strategies for the production of lab-grown diamonds can be made more sustainable.
The diamond mines cause enormous environmental damage, including land alteration, water pollution and habitat destruction. Added to this is the high energy consumption for the mining and processing of rough diamonds. In contrast, the controlled laboratory environment in which lab-grown diamonds are created allows for more efficient use of energy and minimizes environmental impact.
In addition, lab-grown diamonds offer the possibility of using renewable energy to meet electricity needs in a sustainable manner. Using solar, wind or hydroelectric power can further reduce the environmental footprint of lab-grown diamonds, making them a greener alternative to natural diamonds.
Considering these factors, the production of lab-grown diamonds is significantly more sustainable as it allows for efficient and environmentally friendly manufacturing, while offering the opportunity to integrate renewable energy into the process to minimize the impact on our planet