The future begins with wood and corporate sustainability

Sustainability, general theme

For a few decades now, sustainability has been a relevant issue in our society, and companies are becoming increasingly aware of adopting sustainable practices and strategies to address environmental, social, and governance (ESG) challenges in relation to key factors such as the environment, people, health, and the correct global management of the company.
One tool available to companies is the sustainability balance sheet, which goes beyond the financial aspect and takes into account the environmental and social impacts generated by production activities. This induces industries to consciously use resources without destroying natural systems and without exceeding the capacity to absorb scraps and waste resulting from its own processes.
Therefore, the common purpose is to safeguard the Earth’s natural resources so that they can be regenerated and not run out, remaining equally available to everyone.
This is only possible through respect for a sustainable circular ecosystem by those who are committed to applying CAM (Minimum Environmental Criteria) and EPD (Environmental Product Declarations), contributing actively and concretely to the creation of a more sustainable future for everyone, especially for future generations.

Sustainability, the world of wood

Forests are true sanctuaries of biodiversity and they actively participate in environmental preservation. They represent the green lungs of our planet and they have the superpower of absorbing carbon dioxide in a completely natural way.
The controlled wood supply chain involves increasing numbers of companies willing to respect environmental standards adequately and that are conscious of the entire process, from the collection of raw materials to logistics, to final production.
Therefore, by creating a sustainable wood product, the carbon used in the manufacturing process remains trapped and, removed from the atmosphere, does not contribute to the greenhouse effect.
Therefore, the principles at the basis of the performance of a sustainable company are those that concern the valorization of raw materials, the commitment to fighting uncontrolled deforestation, the management of scraps and waste, all forms of energy efficiency, and the reduction of emissions into the atmosphere.
If, up until now, wood was used in sectors such as furniture, energy, or packaging, today, this elegant raw material is also widely used in the construction sector: it is, in fact, increasingly found in buildings such as offices, restaurants, hotels, apartments, and in green areas.

Sustainability, the world of windows and doors

Wood is naturally renewable and ecological: Its life cycle respects the ecosystem and health.
Not only that, but 97% of the wood at the end of its life can be recovered and recycled over and over again, becoming a new raw material for the sector’s industry and playing a fundamental role in the fight against climate change thanks to its ability to absorb carbon dioxide.
Green housing plays a central role In the commitment to an increasingly sustainable future for the environment and for present and future generations.
Optimising buildings by choosing external and internal wooden windows and doors actually entails a series of long-term benefits both regarding comfort and the environment, such as avoiding heat waste.