A timber veneer providing a green solution.
April 12th, 2010
Eveneer FSC certified wood veneers can help contribute Greenstar credits in both Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) and Materials sections.
Wood is one of a few precious renewable resources and those in the forest products industry have a responsibility to ensure protection and wise utilisation of the forests so that they will be available for future generations.
Elton Group, representing Eveneer is committed to supplying wood veneers in accordance with advanced environmental standards for forests, water utilisation and raw material utilisation and has been FSC certified since 2008.
With the recent attainment of Origin and Legality of Timber OLB-CERT-090501 Certification (OLB) – issued by the international certifying organization Bureau Veritas which attests legality and traceability of our manufacturer’s forestry and industrial wood processing operations – our raw materials satisfy FSC’s controlled wood status.
The majority of the veneers Elton Group supplies now boast FSC certification.
Already over 20 of our veneers are available with FSC certification and more are scheduled for release this year.
Eveneer veneers also hold E1 certification for formaldehyde emission.
Founded more than 70 years ago, the Elton Group specialises in the supply of sustainable, high-quality interior architectural surfaces and finishes, focusing on three products: Eveneer, Lumisty and Echolinear.
Innovative and user-friendly, these products are designed to suit modern environments and building methods, with an emphasis on demountable, flexible and sustainable materials.
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