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Green is in and we the country's largest importers of timber, are proud to have participated in this global revolution called Go Green.
Since our inception in 1900, our concern for environment has been quite evident. Continuing with the same spirit, even today. as the world is moving towards environment friendliness we are playing a pioneering act as far as the indian wood industry is concerend.
Eco wood :
Ecowood our range of eco friednly wood products, makes us feel proud. And we have got solid reasons to say so. Ecowood are products manufactured fromm plantation timber, sourced from certified forest. Thus, with Ecowood, we ensure our natural forests stay intact, even we go on meeting the ever rising demand for our timber. This thought fully adopted process of timber making has got us the much-coveted FSC(Forest Stewardship Council) certification. There are a few more accreditaions in our name, that would appeal to good samaritans like you.
The only indian timber importer, adhering to FSC, ISO 14001, ISO 9001 & OHSAS 18000 standards of manufacturing wood products
First indian company certified by IGBC (Indian Green Building Council) as suppliers of Green Building Material in the form of doors, doorframes, floorings and kitchen cabinets
The first indian brand to start supplying PEFC certified doors.
After having converted more than 50% of our imports to FSC certified woods, we have recently received FSC recognition for our entire organisation including the latest 150000sq ft of constructed manufacturing facility near mumbai.
Bemefots of Ecowood for builders / developers.
By employing Ecowood in their projects, developers can avail a host of significant benefits.
Ecowood constructed using FSC certified wood offer enhanced quality of living in terms of improved health and comfort.
Such constructions also bring about use of renewable energy and recycled .recyclable materials and thus serve as an effective measure against environmental hazards.
The product helps to mitigate emission of hazardous Greenhouse Gases (GHG) such as CO2 and thus contributes towards nurturing nature.
It comes in handy in earning CERs (Certified Emission Reductions) , popularly known as Carbon Credits. Industrialized counters to meet part of their emission reduction targets under the Kyoto protocol can trade these CERS