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GCF: Green to the Core

Gregory Commercial Furniture announces 10 new GECA certified product ranges.



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August 11th, 2009


Gregory Commercial Furniture (GCF) has just announced 10 new GECA (Good Environmental Choice Australia) certified product ranges. With a total of 16 products, the new ranges have received certification following the stringent independent audit process of the Australian Ecolabel Program.

GCF has become famous for its outstanding range of award-winning ergonomic task seating, as well as an extensive catalogue of stylish executive and visitor chairs, lounges and system solutions.

While GCF has a continuing commitment to providing superior products, key to their strategy is a minimisation of adverse effects on the environment through initiatives such as their ‘End of Life – Chair Take Back Policy’ and an environmentally sustainable design focus. The company is also focussed on helping clients achieve Green Star credit points with their GECA approved products.

Previously, GCF has received certification on their award-winning Dual Density Posture Support ‘Inca’ task chair, ‘Boxta’ task chair and ‘CO2’, ‘Emotion’, ‘Aztec’ and ‘Vclass’ products.

Now, the manufacturer is adding 10 new products to the GECA list with:

–    Bebe
–    Cube Task
–    Cube Visitor
–    Chi
–    Prana
–    Ki
–    Verdi II
–    Verdi Deluxe
–    Zebo Task
–    Zebo Visitor

To browse the full range of Gregory Commercial Furniture, visit the website where you can search by brand, category and application to find the perfect seating solution for you.

gregoryaustralia.com.au

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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