We care about the global impact of our industry so we have devised a survey to ensure we have a greater understanding of our supply chain.
Balance between craft and industry
Another Country’s mission is to be a responsible, purposeful and useful company that is fit for the 21st century. All wooden products are made from sustainably harvested timbers and made using both time-honoured craft techniques and modern technology worked in as sustainable a way as possible.
Optimise systems, minimise impact
Sustainability is at the core of Andreu World and in turn it influences the way they interact with their environment. They always pay special attention to environmental protection, habitat conservation as well as the design of products.
Minimising the plastic footprint
Modus aim to operate in a circular way, using a minimum of energy and materials, keeping their products in use as long as possible and creating a minimum of waste. Every aspect of a product’s life cycle comes under scrutiny. Continuous assessment and modification of practice is central to the way they work.
Environmentally conscious and future-oriented, Walter Knoll compensates for its emissions, which are difficult or impossible to avoid, by buying environmental certificates that promote and support alternative energies such as wind power.
100% recyclable raw materials
Lapalma have always shown a commitment to the environment, from the running of the factory to the materials used. Their suppliers are preferably chosen in the neighborhood, to avoid long distances. Concern for the environment is an intrinsic part of operations and a value embraced by the whole company.
People & Planet
Howe push ethical and sustainable thinking into all that they do. Green design and responsible design is smart design and is creating value. They take care to ensure decent and fair working conditions are in place throughout their entire supply chain.