FSC certification ensures that products come from responsibly managed forest that provide environmental, social and economic benefits. FSC certification brings economic benefits by opening up new markets; social benefits to workers and local people; and environmental benefits for biodiversity and ecosystems.
Top Quality Veneer
If you hear the term wood veneer and instantly think of cheap, thin, flat-pack furniture, it’s time you thought again! Wood veneers are an excellent material choice for many furniture pieces due to their clean look and the variety of colors and styles available. Wood veneer is actually far better for the environment. As it’s solid wood sliced into multiple pieces, it means much more can be made out of one piece of wood. Meaning less trees, which is always a good thing. There are also lots of design possibilities for wood veneer furniture. Since veneer is far thinner than solid wood, it allows designs and arrangements of the wood that solid wood just couldn’t achieve. Good quality wood veneer furniture is also very stable. This is because the veneer is glued to a stable substrate, so the surface isn’t prone to warping or splitting. Like with solid wood, there are a whole variety of wood veneer finishes available, each with their own features and benefits. Here are our top 3 wood veneer picks, each with the look that they’ll help to create in your home.
Steel is classed as one of the most suitable metals for recycling as its condition requires little maintenance, the end-of-life condition is 100% recyclable and it can be reused an infinite amount of times. Once steel is produced it becomes a permanent resource because it is 100% recyclable without loss of quality and has a potentially endless life cycle. Its combination of strength, recyclability, availability, versatility and affordability makes steel unique.
Glass is often referred to as a Green product, because the main component to making glass is Silica. Found in sand, Silica is considered a renewable and never ending resource. When
glass breaks down, it remains safe and stable, and releases no harmful chemicals into the soil. So even when glass isn't recycled, it does minimal harm to the environment. Of course, when it comes to recycling, glass is among the most recyclable materials on the planet – 100 percent recyclable, in fact. It has an unlimited life and can be melted and recycled endlessly to make new glass products with no loss in quality. In the glass making process, we can use up to 90% of recycled glass, what means we can reduce the use of virgin raw materials and energy in the glassmaking process.
We use sustainable materials which are 100% free from hazardous chemicals, produced with minimal environmental impact. This eco-friendly approach allows you to use our product with a good conscience. Our STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX ocean fabrics are made from recycled ocean plastic. These revolutionary fabrics are produced under socially & environmentally responsible conditions.